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Levels of Organization The Universe
Protons, neutrons, and electrons
Building blocks of matter – listed on periodic of elements
More than one element/atom bonded together
Parts that make the cell like: nucleus, cell membrane, chloroplasts
Building blocks of life – smallest living thing is made of one cell – humans are made of billions
A group of cells working together
A group of tissues working together
A group of organs working together
A unique living thing
More than one organism living together in one place
Different populations living in one place together
A community of living things interacting with non-living things in one place
All the parts of the Earth that support life – atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and living things
A celestial body large enough to have its own gravitational pull ( and that has been shaped into a sphere by that gravity)
A collection of planets orbiting the same star/sun
A collection of solar systems, stars, gas, and dust
Everything: all galaxies, space, matter and energy
Astronomy How would you define this term?. Astronomy The study of everything beyond Earth!
Astronomy The study of everything beyond Earth! Order of the Universe From Largest To Smallest.
Planet A large, round celestial object that travels around a star – example: Earth.
Describing the Structure of ATOMS. MATTER Anything that has volume and mass Everything that exists is matter, and is made of ATOMS.
Explore the Law of Gravity by demonstrating that gravity is a force that can be overcome.
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What is the Universe?. The Universe is everything that exists.
Our Solar System. What are Galaxies? A collection of nebulae, stars and dust that form a solar system. Spiral Elliptical Irregular.
Organization of Matter What levels are there? Sub-atomic Particles: Make up atoms Ex.Quarks, Leptons make up Electrons, Neutrons, Protons Levels of Organization.
ORDER OF THE UNIVERSE. If the video does not play automatically, go to this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIbfYsQfNWshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIbfYsQfNWs.
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Chapter 18 Inner and Outer Planets. universe All of space and everything in it.
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Unit 1 The Universe Vocabulary Review. a large celestial body that is composed of gas and emits light star.
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY SNC 1D. ASTRONOMY Astronomy is the study of the universe and its contents. Ex. examining the atmosphere of Mars People who watch.
Astronomy - the study of objects and events in outer space Astronomer - scientist who studies astronomy.
Semester One Vocabulary Review. an event when one object in space casts a shadow onto another; when the Moon moves through Earth’s shadow or is in Earth’s.
The universe is everything throughout space. The universe is constantly changing. It is being created and destroyed all of the time. There are many.
Science Language and Vocabulary ASTRONOMY. axis of rotation The spinning of objects around an imaginary center line.
There are three states of matter: gas, solid and liquid All matter is made of atoms An element is made up of one type of atom A molecule is a combination.
What a Bohr! A SCIENCE ODYSSEY Atoms: the building blocks of matter.
What we see in the Night Sky SNC1D. A. Stars organized into Patterns celestial sphere Consider the shape of the sky like an upside-down bowl – the rim.
P2h The Big Bang. Our Universe What it is like, how it started, how it evolved to its current state, and how it will end Today we will talk about:
There was nothing Billion Years Ago Energy expanded out from a single point called a singularity. Really HOT No matter yet (no atoms)
The Universe. A Celestial Object is any object in our universe above our atmosphere. A Celestial Object is any object in our universe above our atmosphere.
Matter & Energy Alex Sands. Atoms Basic building blocks of all matter Microscopic particles Makes up everything, all matter Chemical bonds hold atoms.
A look at the atom, close up!. Development of modern atomic theory.
Our Universe What it is like, how we think it started, how it evolved to its current state, and how it will end Today we will talk about:
Who Am I? What do I do? ASTROPHYSICS: That branch of astronomy which treats of the physical or chemical properties of the celestial bodies.
Stars in the Universe Module A Chapter 1 Grade 6.
Matter and Energy Basics October 6, 2015October 6, 2015October 6, 2015.
The Energy Systems of the Earth. Facts about Energy Energy is the existence of heat and/or light. Energy is the existence of heat and/or light. Energy.
Astronomy Unit Test Jeopardy Review Game. The SunLife Cycle of Stars GalaxiesMeasuring Matter Gravity and the Big Bang
Matter & Atoms Unit 2. Matter Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter is made up of MUCH smaller particles known as atoms. 1)
José L. Godoy The solar system is the Sun and the celestial bodies that orbit around it.
Universe All matter and energy, including Earth, all the galaxies and space.
Our Planets. 1 st Planet after the sun (36 MILLION miles!) Size of the moon Completes orbit around the sun in 88 days Mostly iron.
Supernova Supernovas are stars that are billions of times as bright as the sun. They become so bright because they are exploding. They don’t stay as bright.
RAP 1. _____sun centered view of the solar system 2._____keeps a tornado going 3. _____discovered sunspots, Venus has phases, 4 moons of Jupiter 4. _____.
What causes day and night? (Please get this right…) What causes day and night? (Please get this right…) Do you see different stars at night here than you.
A person who travels in space. Frozen balls of ice, gas and rock orbiting the sun. Usually are irregular shapes. Also known as minor planets.
By: Gustavo Rendon MATTER AND ENERGY. WHAT IS MATTER? Matter is basically everything around you! Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass.
Matter & Energy Ch. 1 Outline. 1.1 Matter has mass and volume. A.Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space B.Mass – the amount of matter in an.
Composition Until 30 years ago, we thought all matter was “baryonic” matter (protons, neutrons, electrons). Now: 4.6% is baryonic matter 95% is non-baryonic.
The Universe planets planets moons moons stars stars solar systems solar systems galaxies galaxies nebulae nebulae empty space empty space more? more?
Matter- the stuff that makes up everything in the universe Element- A substance that cannot be broken down into other substances by chemical or physical.
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8 Q 13 Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14 Q 19Q 24 Q 10 Q 15 Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Vocabulary States of.
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