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Suns Disturbances Stars Lives Galaxies and Constellations Terms to Know Grab Bag
Colored band of light seen near the poles usually after a solar flare Answer
Loop of incandescent gas that extends above the photosphere Answer
Cooler, darker area of the photosphere with a strong magnetic field Answer
Sudden outward eruption of electrically charged particles Answer
Solar Flare Home
Auroras are usually seen after these… Answer
Solar Flares Home
A star begins as a ________, a cloud of gas and dust Answer
Who did Ryan Reynolds recently marry? …..Just kidding. What color of stars are the hottest? Answer
How many years ago did the Big Bang occur? Answer
14 billion years ago Home
Pairs of revolving starts held together by gravity Answer
Binary Stars Home
How many years would a star with the suns mass stay on the main sequence? Answer
Home. 10 billion years
What do scientists use to break sun’s light into a spectrum? Answer
What shape of galaxy is the Milky Way? Answer
Objects in space moving away from an observer will display a ___ shift Answer
The idea that all matter and energy was compressed into a small volume at one time billion of years ago, exploded and then began to expand is known as the ________ Answer
Big Bang Theory Home
The apparent shift in position of an object when viewed from different locations Answer
Answer The sun gets its energy from this type of nuclear reaction
Nuclear Fusion Home
Stars, dust and gas bound together by gravity Answer
The observed change in the frequency of a wave when either the source or observer is moving is known as ______ Answer
Doppler shift or effect Home
The brightness of a star as it appears from Earth is the _____ magnitude Answer
Answer The location on the H-R Diagram where most stars lie
Main Sequence Home
What can a star’s spectra tell us? Answer
It’s temperature and composition Home
The distance light travels in a year Answer
Light-year or 9.46 x km Home
Ursa Major, Draco, and Pisces are all examples of: Answer
What are the Northern and Southern Lights? Answer
Auroras: Aurora Borealis & Aurora Australis Home
How long do sunspot cycles last? Answer
11 years Home
Study Notes for Chapter 30: Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe.
Absolute Magnitude: is a measure of the amount of light it gives off. Apparent Magnitude: is a measure of the amount of light received on Earth. A star.
Stars & Galaxies By Gina Wike. Constellations A constellation is a group of stars that when viewed from Earth look close together. In most cases, they.
Stars and Galaxies. Constellations Constellations- Certain groups of stars named after animals, characters in mythology, or familiar objects –From earth.
Ch Solar Activity. Sunspots Gases inside the sun move up and down due to convection and the sun’s magnetic fields. Regions of the photosphere are.
Stars & Galaxies. Constellations A constellation is a group of stars that when viewed from Earth look close together. In most cases, they are not related.
Astronomy Unit Review 1. Read the question 2. Write your answer on the white board 3. Write ONLY the answer.
What is a star? A big ball of gas & nuclear fusion.
I. Stars A.The Brightness of Stars -Star: A hot glowing sphere of gas that produces energy by fusion. -Fusion: The joining of separate nuclei. Common.
Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe Chapter 22 Page 752.
The Milky Way Galaxy – Our Galaxy The Universe A galaxy is a group of stars, dust, and gases held together by gravity. Our solar system is a part of.
Stars The Brightness of Stars -Star: A luminous sphere of gas with enormous mass, that produces energy by fusion. -Fusion: The joining of separate nuclei.
Review game Students break into teams of 4 Each team will discuss and answer each question Scoring sheets are handed in at the end. 5 points to winning.
Exploring the Universe. .The sun gives off tremendous amounts of energy in forms of electromagnetic radiation.The sun's interior consists of the core,the.
To return to the chapter summary click Escape or close this document. Chapter Resources Click on one of the following icons to go to that resource. earth.msscience.com.
Astronomy. Astronomy Vocabulary Big Bang Theory: the tremendously powerful explosion of an incredibly dense mass about billion years ago that produced.
The Sun Composed of hydrogen and helium. Very dense core, all gaseous because of the very high temperatures. The Sun is the largest object in terms of.
Stars, Galaxies, and Constellations Stars = objects in space, made of gases, which produce their own light and heat. Earth’s nearest star is the sun (149,600,000.
The Sun & Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe. Composition & Age of the Sun Hydrogen and helium make up over 99% of the sun’s mass. About 75% of the sun’s.
Earth Science Notes Stars and Galaxies. What is a Star? A star is a massive, luminous ball of plasma that is held together by gravity. A star is a massive,
1 Stars, Galaxies & Universe Chapter 3. 2 Tools of Astronomy Constellations are groups of stars that form a pattern. The electromagnetic spectrum is made.
Vocabulary The words are in lesson order with the lesson the word is from written as: – L # 1.
Constellations are groups of stars, sometimes in patterns of animals, or objects. Constellations are important because they can help define where in the.
Stars and Galaxies Constellations: patterns of stars Represents mythological characters, animals or familiar objects. Modern astronomy divides sky.
Midterm Astronomy Review -Groups of 3 or 4 (random). -Send one person(top name) up for a board, marker, and eraser. -Get to a table with your group, no.
The Sun Average in size… yes AVERAGE!! Mass is almost times that of Earth and a volume that is times the volume of Earth! Appears to.
The Universe PHYSICAL SCIENCE Our Place in the Universe Scale of the Universe.
Semester 1 Review Jeopardy The Sun Rotation Vs Revolution Misc. Electromagnetic Spectrum Planets
Astronomy Unit Review. Topics Solar system(planets, asteroid belt, meteor, meteoroid, meteorite, comet etc) Measurement (AU and Light Years) Sun (structure;
Galactic Address, Galaxies, and Stars. There’s no place like home… Powers of Ten videoPowers of Ten https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEuEx.
Exploring the Universe. I.) Properties of Stars A. A. Color and Temperature 1.A star’s color indicates that temperature of its surface a. a. Hottest stars.
Chapter 29 Notes Stars. The Sun: Solar Atmosphere Photoshere: visible surface, 5800 K Chromosphere: 30,000 K Corona: 1 to 2 million K, solar wind.
Stars Goal: Compare star color to star temperature.
Pennsylvania is misspelled on the Liberty Bell. The sun is a main sequence star. It is about 93 million miles away. And is about 5 Billion yrs old and.
1. _____outer atmosphere of the sun 2. _____ a medium sized yellow star made of hot gases held together by gravity 3. _____prominences from different sunspot.
Lesson Objectives: Describe the structure of the Sun Describe sunspots, prominences, and solar flares.
Astronomy Types of Stars Life Cycle of Stars Galaxies.
Light-year The distance light travels in one year. A unit of distance used to measure between stars.
The Sun- Solar Activity. Damage to communications & power systems.
Universe Review Your Host: Mrs. Gibson. What unit do we use to measure distance in space?
EARTH & SPACE SCIENCE Chapter 30 Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe 30.1 Characteristics of Stars.
The Rest of the Universe Stars and Galaxies. Stars constellations- an imaginary picture made by groups of stars; example: The Big Dipper The color of.
THE UNIVERSE. How it started... THE BIG BANG THEORY At one time everything was compacted together in an extremely small, dense, ball of energy, and.
Star Life Cycle Review. Transports energy from the radiative zone to the surface of the sun. Sunspot Corona Photosphere Convective zone.
Stars. Patterns of stars in the night sky Looks like spots of light arranged in a particular shape against the dark night sky Stars in the sky can be.
Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe Section 1 Section 1: Characteristics of Stars Preview Key Ideas Analyzing Starlight Stellar Motion Distances to Stars.
The Sun. The Sun. Is located in the outer bands of our Galaxy Is the center of our Solar System Is a STAR!!! Rotation: once in about 25 days
DO NOW QUESTION Yesterday we talked about the future of the universe. What do you think will happen to the universe?
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