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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Earth-Sun-Moon Seasons Solar System Stars Laws and Theory
This is when the Moon blocks out the Sun.
This is the property whereby the Moon rotates on its axis at the same rate as it revolves around the Earth.
This is when the Moon is at its farthest point from Earth.
This is when the Earth passes between the Moon and the Sun and blocks the light of the full Moon.
This is when the Moon is at its closest point to the Earth.
This is when the northern hemisphere has its minimum daylight hours; at or near Dec. 21.
This is when the lengths of day and night are equal.
Vernal or Autumnal Equinox
This is Earth’s position around June 21 st, when daylight is maximum in the northern hemishpere.
Earth’s 23.5 degree tilt causes this.
This is when there is continual darkness above the arctic circle.
Winter (December 21 st )
This is the only planet with liquid water.
This solar system object was demoted from its planetary status and is now classified as a dwarf planet.
These are bodies of interplanetary debris that orbit the Sun mostly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
These are icy bodies with highly eccentric orbits that mostly orbit in the outer reaches of the solar system.
This is the planet right next door that has a thick carbon dioxide atmosphere and sulfuric acid precipitation.
The Hertzsprung-Russel (H-R) diagram classifies stars using their properties of brightness and this.
This is the cloud of gas and dust in space from which stars are made.
This is the combining of lightweight nuclei into heavier nuclei. This process takes place in the interior of stars.
This is the number of stars in our solar system.
Most of the light emitted by the Sun comes from this region.
This happens when an object is moving away from the observer.
This is the change in position of distant objects due to a change in the position of the observer.
This is the movement of a planet in an opposing direction across the sky.
This is the name of the Moon formation theory that is most widely accepted.
This is the theory that states the universe began as a point and has been expanding ever since.
Big Bang Theory
Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
Motions and Their Effects
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IMPACT CRATER Bowl-shaped depressions on the surface of the Moon that are formed by meteor and comets crashing into the Moon.
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