Sunita in Space Revision Notes and Worksheets PDF for Complete Preparation
Chapter 11 of Class 5 EVS introduces students to the concept of space and the remarkable feat of Sunita Williams, the famous astronaut. She stayed in space for 6 months straight. This chapter explains what the Earth looks like from space. It also explains how the different continents also look from space. This chapter also dedicates a section to the experience of Sunita in space. To understand the Sunita in Space summary, check the revision notes prepared by the experts of Vedantu.
In these Sunita in Space revision notes, you will find out how she spent 6 months there and what are the natural things that happen in the spaceship. You will also learn the reasons behind such phenomena happening in outer space.
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1. What are the twinkling moving things in the night sky?
The twinkling moving things in the night sky can be satellites or shooting stars. Shooting stars are meteorites that fall due to the gravitational field of the Earth and burn down in the atmosphere.
2. Who was the first man to walk on the moon?
The first man to walk on the moon was Neil Armstrong in 1969. He was an American astronaut and is the role model of Sunita Williams.
3. What is the difference between our Earth and the moon?
Our Earth is a planet and the moon is a satellite revolving around our planet.