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1 1415 HW: Finish Questions A-J On pgs 4-6 You need: Writing Tool Journal EIS Book Math warm-up sheet Today: KW Chart 10 Questions about the Solar System and Earth in Space

2 Math Practice a) 954 x 88 b) 543g / 25ml c) If the tax rate is 8%, how much would you have to pay for the 2.99 meal at Wendy’s?

3 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space

4 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space -Solar system consists of 8-10 planets, mercury, mars, venus, earth, sun, neptune, jupiter, saturn, pluto, uranus -Everything in space is affect by gravity -There is a Milky Way -Each planet has a unique ecosystem -The Sun is 8 light years away about -All planets are made of gas and minerals -The Sun is a star and small -The planets orbit the sun -Universe is BIG -Some planets > 1 moon -Pluto is the coldest planet -stars are blue white yellow and green What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space -When/how does the aurora form? -What’s the biggest known star? -Are there other solar sys? -What’s the solar sys? -Is there any water on other planets? -are there undiscovered planets in our solar system? -How big is earth compared to a star? -Do other planets have tectonic plates and layers? -What is the biggest planet in our solar system? -Is Pluto a planet? -Why does the earth appear to be flat when it’s really round? -What’s a blackhole and is space infinite? -If ur in australia why don’t you feel like you’re upsidedown?

5 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space -Solar system consists of 8-10 planets, mercury, mars, venus, earth, sun, neptune, jupiter, saturn, pluto, uranus -Everything in space is affect by gravity -There is a Milky Way -Each planet has a unique ecosystem -The Sun is 8 light years away about -All planets are made of gas and minerals -The Sun is a star and small -The planets orbit the sun -Universe is BIG -Some planets > 1 moon -Pluto is the coldest planet -10,000 earths can fit in the Sun What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space -how does a solar eclipse happen? -how do meteors occur? -What is in the middle of the milky way? -How many comets are there annually? -Why is the hubble space telescope more effect than an earth based telescope -how big is a planet supposed to be? -are any of the planets solid besides earth? -Does mars have ice?

6 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space - The sun is a star - The Milky Way… - The Sun can burn out - There are satellites in space - 8 or 9 planets? - There’s no gravity in space but there is on earth - Emma can see satellites in space at night - The moon causes waves - E is where all life lives - There’s a Kuiper Belt - Planets rotate around the sun - Earth has been meteors - There is no O2 in space - Jupiter is the biggest planet in the ss. What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space - How big space? - How were the planets named? - Why is Pluto not a planet? - Milky Way name? - What is the purpose of the solar system? - Why doesn’t our moon have a name? - If there’s no gravity in space, how did they put the flag on the moon? - Why do planets spin/revolve? - How did atmospheres form? - How are black holes formed? - Does space end? - How were saturn’s rings formed - What planet is closest to the sun?

7 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space - There are 7 or 8 planets - Planets orbit the Sun - E = third planet - The earth is round - They think there have been 1 celled organisms on other planets - Earth is in a solar system - There’s gravity in space? - No O2 - The earth goes around the Sun - Pluto is no longer a planet - It’s dark in space - Venus made of CO2 - Earth is tiny - Pluto caught by gravitational pull of the Sun - Stars are big spheres of gas What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space - Who named the planets? - Why do some planets have stronger gravity? - Why do some sun explode? - How is a sun formed? - Does space go on infinitely? - Are the stars always shining? - What’s up pluto? - Why can we use the North Star to navigate? - What forms the constellations? - What are the constellations? - Can we live on other planets? - Why or will the sun explode? -

8 What we know about the solar system and Earth in space - There are planets? - There’s no gravity in space - The Sun is in space - There are gas planets - There’s only one star or lots? - Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system - There’s no O2 in space - Pluto is the smallest planet or not - It’s dark in space - The earth spins - The sun rotates or something - There are solar and lunar eclipses - The E rotates - All the planets are big(some bigger than others) - A blue moon is the youngest moon What we want to know about the solar system and Earth in space - How do planets form? Galaxies? - What is the difference between a moon and planet? - How does a planet have gravity? - How many planets in the solar system? - When will our sun go super nova - Why is pluto no longer a planet? - What causes eclipses? - Why are all the planets round? - How big is the galaxy? - What is the ring around Saturn made of? - How did the solar system form? - How big is the solar system? - How did the greeks know about the planets? - Why is there no O2 in space? - Why is our galaxy called the Milky Way? - Is there gravity on other planets?

9 A) What is responsible for the length of one day? What is responsible for the length of one year?

10 B) What causes seasons?

11 C) Why does the Moon appear to change shape?

12 D) What causes a lunar eclipse? What causes a solar eclipse?

13 E) Look at Figure 1.1. What are the points of light in the night sky? Can you see them in the daytime? Why or why not?

14 F) Look at Figures 1.2 and 1.3. What processes created each landform? Do these landforms exist on other planets or moons? Explain why or why not.

15 G) Where does gravity exist? Where is gravity the strongest? Where is it weakest? Why?

16 H) What keeps the planets in orbit around the Sun?

17 I) What causes tides?

18 J) Look at Figure 1.4. What do you see in the night sky? Write what you know about this object.


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