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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.
$100 Q: What is 1 year?
$200 A: The latitude of the North Pole.
$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?
$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?
$100 A: The type of rock that has a name that means from fire.
$100 Q: What is igneous?
$200 A: The type of rock formed when small pieces are compacted and cemented together.
$200 Q: What is sedimentary rock?
$300 A: This type of rock can be foliated (have bands) or nonfoliated (no bands).
$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? 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?
$200 A: This object contains 99% of the mass in our solar system.
$200 Q: What is the Sun?
$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?
$400 A: The age of Earth in billions of years.
$400 Q: What is around 5 (actually 4.6) billion years?
$500 A: The planet that has seasons similar to Earth.
$500 Q: What is Mars?
$100 A: The color of star with the coolest temperature.
$100 Q: What is red?
$200 A: Many stars fuse hydrogen into this element.
$200 Q: What is helium?
$300 A: The stage of the star life cycle that our Sun is currently going through.
$300 Q: What is the main sequence?
$400 A: A collapsed star with an extremely strong gravitational pull.
$400 Q: What is a black hole? 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)? 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?
$300 A: Between ultraviolet and infrared, the type of wave that carries more energy.
$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?
$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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PLANETS. How many planets are in the Solar System? 8.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Table of Contents Section 1 Stars Section 2 The Life Cycle of Stars.
Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away…. Actually, the galaxy isnt that far away. In fact, we live in it. Its called the Milky Way. The Milky Way is a spiral.
Objectives Explore the structure of the Sun. The Sun Describe the solar activity cycle and how the Sun affects Earth. Compare the different types of spectra.
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CHAPTER 1 – Discovering the Night Sky Constellations Celestial Sphere Movements of the Earth Moon Phases Eclipses.
Objectives Describe electromagnetic radiation. Tools of Astronomy Explain how telescopes work. Describe space exploration. –refracting telescope –reflecting.
Earth Processes: Part 1: Lithosphere (land) The student will be able to describe types of rocks and the processes involved in the rock cycle. The student.
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Science Language and Vocabulary ASTRONOMY. axis of rotation The spinning of objects around an imaginary center line.
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