Survey: Eurostronomia mobility 3

Dear Pupils, Parents and Friends of our schools,
as part of our Erasmus+ Project "Eurostronomia" we are carrying out
a survey to evaluate our project. We would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete this on-line survey.
Your answers will remain anonymous.
Thank you very much for your support.

Remark on answering the questions:
Questions with -marks mean: there is exactely one correct answer.
Questions with -marks mean: there might be more than one correct answer.

1) General

1. In which country do you live?
Bulgaria Romania
France Scotland
Germany Slovenia
Macedonia India
Portugal other

2. How old are you?

3. What's your sex?
female male

4. Will or did you participate in the mobility in Esposende?
yes no

2) Astronomy

The Earth's Moon

5. Mark the average distance between the earth and moon:
3 800 km 380 000 km
38 000 km 3 800 000 km

6. The distance between the earth and moon
becomes smaller stays the same
becomes larger we don't know.

7. Mark the approximate diameter of the moon:
350 km 35 000 km
3 500 km 350 000 km

8. Mark the synodic rotation time (time between two full moons) of the moon:
21.5 days 29.5 days
27.5 days 31 days

9. Tides are caused by by the gravitational force of
the sun mars
the moon all planets.

10. Who was the first man on the moon?
Louis Armstrong Edwin Aldrin
Neil Armstrong Michael Collins

11. The first landing on the moon was in
1959 1969
1964 1974.

12. During a lunar eclipse
the moon lies in the shadow of the earh the earth, sun and moon are in one line
a part of the earth lies in the shadow of the moon the earth and the moon are on opposite sides of the sun.

Moons in the our solar system

13. Mark the moons in our solar system:
Europa Charon
Callisto Hera
Phobos Titania
Juno Neptun

14. Mark the biggest moon in our solar system:
Deimos (Mars) Titan (Saturn)
Earth's moon Ganymed (Jupiter)

15. Mark the approximate number of moons in our solar system:
50 150
100 200

Satellites (artificial)

16. Mark the Earth's first artificial satellie:
Sputnik Explorer
Astra Voyager

17. When was the launch of the first satellite to orbit the earth?
1945 1963
1957 1969

18. Today there are many artificial satellites orbiting the Earth. Mark the approximate number of these satellites:
100 2 000
500 5 000

19. A geostationary satellite is always positioned above the same point on the equator.
Mark the approximate height above the equator of such a satellite:
500 km 36 000 km
1 200 km 210 000 km

3) Exchange

20. Have you participated in an Erasmus- or Comenius project before?
yes no

21. At how many mobilities of the current Erasmus project have you participated?

22. How many times have you participated in a foreign-exchange program of your school?

23. Estimate your ability to express yourself in a foreign language (English if not a native speaker in English) in everyday live:
poor 123456 excellent

24. Do you have friends or family living abroad?
yes no

25. Estimate your interest in learning about new cultures:
not at all 123456 very interested

26. Estimate your interest in learning foreign languages:
not at all 123456 very interested

27. Estimate your interest in making friends in a multilingual environment:
not at all 123456 very interested

28. Estimate your interest in visiting foreign countries:
not al all 123456 very interested

29. Estimate your interest in living and studying abroad:
not at all 123456 very interested

The questionnaire is:
not yet ready      
ready to submit

Thank you very much for your collaboration. The results will be published on our
Erasmus+ Website.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

Dieses Formular wurde mit GrafStat (Ausgabe 2018 / Ver 4.440) erzeugt.
Ein Programm v. Uwe W. Diener 11/2017.
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