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Earth Science Fall Final Edition
Categories $300 $200 $100 $400 $500 SolarSystemStarsPlateTectonicsUniverse & Big Bang RocksLocation E.S.
$100 A: The amount of time it takes Earth to orbit the Sun. http://illuminations.nctm.org/Lessons/MarsOrbit/2MarsOrbit-MarsEarth.jpg
$100 Q: What is 1 year?
$200 A: The latitude of the North Pole. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fe/Arctic_Ocean.png/275px-Arctic_Ocean.png
$200 Q: What is 90 degrees North?
$300 A: Crossing over this line will cause you to gain or lose a day on the calendar.
$300 Q: What is the international date line? http://aa.usno.navy.mil/graphics/dateline_color.gif
$400 A: The number of days in the lunar cycle.
$400 Q: What is 29.5 days?
$500 A: The reason that the constellations appear to rise and set across the sky each night.
$500 Q: What is because the Earth is rotating on its axis once every 24 hours? http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/images/earth_rotation.jpg
$100 A: The type of rock that has a name that means from fire.
$100 Q: What is igneous? http://www.eoearth.org/files/165901_166000/165915/diorite.jpg
$200 A: The type of rock formed when small pieces are compacted and cemented together. http://geology.com/rocks/pictures/breccia.jpg
$200 Q: What is sedimentary rock?
$300 A: This type of rock can be foliated (have bands) or nonfoliated (no bands). http://scitastic.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Meta01.jpg
$300 Q: What is metamorphic rock?
$400 A: Rocks are composed of one or more of these substances ; we tested the hardness of these substances in one of our labs.
$400 Q: What are minerals? http://www.bgsd.k12.wa.us/hml/jr_cam/scienc e/rocks/images/minerals.jpg
$500 A: The type of rock that would be found at position A on the diagram.
$500 Q: What is igneous rock?
$100 A: The sixth planet from the Sun.
$100 Q: What is Saturn? http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/image/planetary/saturn/saturn.jpg
$200 A: This object contains 99% of the mass in our solar system.
$200 Q: What is the Sun? http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/primer/primer_graphics/Sun.png
$300 A: Name one of two characteristics that all of the inner planets have in common.
$300 Q: What is they are small and rocky? http://www.solstation.com/stars/terr2.gif
$400 A: The age of Earth in billions of years.
$400 Q: What is around 5 (actually 4.6) billion years? http://www.windows2universe.org/earth/images/earth_apollo17.jpg
$500 A: The planet that has seasons similar to Earth.
$500 Q: What is Mars? http://sos.noaa.gov/images/Solar_System/mars.jpg
$100 A: The color of star with the coolest temperature.
$100 Q: What is red? http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/bmendez/ay10/2000/cycle/redgiant.gif
$200 A: Many stars fuse hydrogen into this element.
$200 Q: What is helium? http://aspire.cosmic-ray.org/labs/star_life/images/helium.jpg
$300 A: The stage of the star life cycle that our Sun is currently going through.
$300 Q: What is the main sequence? http://www.world-builders.org/lessons/less/les1/les1gifs/main.gif
$400 A: A collapsed star with an extremely strong gravitational pull.
$400 Q: What is a black hole? http://cdn.physorg.com/newman/gfx/news/blackholesse.jp g
$500 A: The name of the dark lines that are used to determine the chemical elements that make up a star.
$500 Q: What are absorption lines (bands)? http://content4.bestthinking.com/s/1/topics/499/images/56aca3e5-3125-49f4-be09- 300b3271a77c_972.jpeg
$100 A: The name of the theory that describes the beginning of the universe.
$100 Q: What is the Big Bang theory?
$200 A: The name of our galaxy.
$200 A: What is the Milky Way galaxy? http://www.windows2universe.org/the_universe/images/galaxies/m31_small.gif
$300 A: Between ultraviolet and infrared, the type of wave that carries more energy. http://www.darvill.clara.net/emag/images/scale.jpg
$300 Q: What is ultraviolet?
$400 A: The age of the universe.
$400 Q: What is 14 billion years old?
$500 A: The change in the visible spectrum that indicates the universe is still expanding and objects are moving away from Earth.
$500 Q: What is the red-shift? http://planetfacts.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/redshift.jpg
$100 A: The location where subduction is occurring on the map.
$100 Q: What is letter F?
$200 A: The Ring of Fire is created by this type of plate boundary.
$200 Q: What is a convergent boundary?
$300 A: The volcanoes of Hawaii are all this type.
$300 Q: What are shield volcanoes?
$400 A: Sea-floor spreading occurs at this type of plate boundary.
$400 Q: What is a divergent boundary?
$500 A: This type of volcano alternates between gentle flows and violent eruptions.
$500 Q: What is a composite (strato) volcano?
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