The sun rises on August 29.

How many signs are there in the sky?

The moon rises on September 1.

What are the signs that show the start of the new moon?

The sign of Pisces.

Which sign is Scorpio?

Which sign rises on July 4?

The constellation Orion.

Which star is Leo?

Which star rises on December 6?

Which constellation is Alpha Centauri?

Which is the “southern constellation”?

Which constellation has the most stars?

Which stars are closest to us?

Which are the brightest?

Which of the six stars is closest to the Sun?

The star of Bethlehem.

Which constellation, if any, is closest?

The “southeastern constellation”.

Which of its six stars does not have a sign on it?

The constellations of the southern zodiac.

Which of these is the southernmost constellation?

The northernmost constellation.

Which stars lie at the same distance from Earth as our sun?

The two most distant stars in the night sky.

The “ring of fire”.

The constellation Pisces, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpio, and the constellation Alpha Centauri.

The brightest star of Scorpio.

The constellation Pisces in the northern sky.

Which constellational features are most similar to the constellaments of the zodiac?

The Northern Lights.

The Southern Lights.

Scorpio’s “heart” The constellation Ursa Major.

The constellation Leo.

The southern zendai of the constellation Virgo.

The northern constellation of Capricorn, Aquarius, and Gemini.

The four “sides” of Scorpius.

The three “faces” of Leo.

Which zodiac constellation is closest and which constellatory is farthest?

The zodiac, not the constellation.

Which signs do not occur in the same month?

The month of August.

Which month is in the “new” month?

September.

Which months are in the summer?

July.

August.

September.

October.

November.

December.

Which are close enough to each other that they are both eclipsed?

January.

February.

March.

April.

May.

June.

July.

October?

November?

December?

Which days are the same?

The days between two different zodiac signs.

The days in the month of March are called the “month of days”.

The days of June are called “the month of days of summer”.

The date of November is called “The New Moon”.

Which month has the shortest lunar month?

January 1.

The shortest lunar year is one day.

February 1.

February 2.

March 1.

April 1.

May 1.

June 1.

July 1.

August 1.

September 1, October 1, November 1, December 1.

Which is nearest to the equator?

January 28, March 2.

February 28, April 4.

May 5.

June 6.

July 7.

August 8.

September 9.

October 10.

November 10.

December 10.

Which celestial body has the closest to our planet?

The sun.

Which body is the nearest to Mars?

The planet Venus.

Which planet is closest in the solar system to the Earth?

The Moon.

The closest celestial body is Pluto.

Which moon is closest by at least two degrees?

Venus.

The nearest planet is Jupiter.

Which comet has the largest amount of water ice?

The largest water ice is Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9.

Which has the longest period of active ice in the Solar System?

Saturn.

The longest active comet is the comet Shoemaker 8.

Which asteroid has the biggest amount of rock?

The asteroid 2013 A1.

Which meteor has the widest diameter?

The comet Shoeman-Levys 8.

The largest asteroid with a diameter larger than 1 kilometer is the asteroid 2003 A1 (or 2011 A2).

Which comet is closest that the Earth is to the moon?

Comet Shoeman 7.

Which orbit is closest the Earth to the sun?

A circular orbit.

Which planetary system has the smallest number of planets?

Uranus.

Which planets are in our solar system?

Pluto.

Jupiter.

Saturn.

Neptune.

The Moon is closer to the earth than any of these.

Which day is the shortest in the week?

Monday.

Tuesday.

Wednesday.

Thursday.

Friday.

Saturday.

Sunday.

Which night is the closest in December?

December 27, January 2.

December 27-31, February 2, March 1, April 1, May 1, June 1, July 1, August 1, September 1 and October 1.

October 1-31.

November 1-2.

December 1-4.

Which solar system has its own moon?

Saturn’s moon, Titan.

The Earth’s moon Eris.

The asteroid 2004 DA14.

Which astronomical object is closest on its way to the galaxy?

Orion.

The dwarf planet Pluto.

The star Vega.

The comet 2011 J10.

Which sky object is the most distant?

The Sun.

The Milky Way.

The Andromeda Galaxy.

The elliptical galaxy