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1 { Chapter 9

2 E ARTH ON THE M OVE S TARS I NNER P LANETS O UTER P LANETS A STEROIDS, M ETEORS, COMETS, & M OONS

3 An imaginary line around which a planet spins.

4 Return to Game Board

5 One full orbit of an object around another object

6 Return to Game Board

7 One whole spin of an object around its axis

8 Return to Game Board

9 What does the Earth rotate around?

10 Return to Game Board

11 What causes the sun to appear to move across the sky?

12 Return to Game Board

13 an explosive eruption of waves and particles into space

14 Return to Game Board

15 a group of stars that form a pattern

16 Return to Game Board

17 dark spots that move on the face of the sun

18 Return to Game Board

19 What is the sun? a)Small star b)Large star c)Gas giant d)Average-size star

20 What is the sun? a)Small star b)Large star c)Gas giant d)Average-size star Return to Game Board

21 Which is NOT a layer of the sun? a)Photosphere b)Solar flare c)Corona d)Chromosphere

22 Which is NOT a layer of the sun? a)Photosphere b)Solar flare c)Corona d)Chromosphere Return to Game Board

23 a large, round object that revolves around a star and has cleared the region around its orbit

24 Return to Game Board

25 the four closest planets to the sun

26 Return to Game Board

27 What is the order of the inner planets from the sun?

28 Return to Game Board

29 What planet is most like Earth?

30 Return to Game Board

31 What causes day and night?

32 Return to Game Board

33 A natural object that revolves around a planet

34 Return to Game Board

35 the path an object takes as it revolves around a star, planet, or moon

36 Return to Game Board

37 Name the outer planets from the sun.

38 Return to Game Board

39 What do Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune have in common?

40 Return to Game Board

41 Which choice best describes the parts of the Milky Way? a)Earth, its moon, the sun, and Jupiter b)Gas, dust, stars, and objects that orbit stars c)Asteroids, comets, objects that orbit stars, and the sun d)The inner planets, the outer planets, gas, and dust

42 Which choice best describes the parts of the Milky Way? a)Earth, its moon, the sun, and Jupiter b)Gas, dust, stars, and objects that orbit stars c)Asteroids, comets, objects that orbit stars, and the sun d)The inner planets, the outer planets, gas, and dust Return to Game Board

43 a spacecraft that gathers data without a crew

44 Return to Game Board

45 a frozen mass of ice and dust

46 Return to Game Board

47 Which is true about planets and asteroids? a)They are round b)They have an atmosphere c)They revolve around the sun d)They have cleared their orbit

48 Which is true about planets and asteroids? a)They are round b)They have an atmosphere c)They revolve around the sun d)They have cleared their orbit Return to Game Board

49 Which describes how often we see a full moon? a)Each time Earth rotates b)Each time the moon rotates c)Each time Earth revolves around the sun d)Each time the moon revolves around Earth

50 Which describes how often we see a full moon? a)Each time Earth rotates b)Each time the moon rotates c)Each time Earth revolves around the sun d)Each time the moon revolves around Earth Return to Game Board

51 What type of galaxy is shown below?

52 Return to Game Board

53 E ARTH ON THE M OVE S TARS I NNER P LANETS O UTER P LANETS A STEROIDS, M ETEORS, COMETS, & M OONS axisSolar flareplanetmoonSpace Probe revolutionconstellationInner planetsorbitcomet rotationSun spots Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune c) They revolve around the sun An axis d) Average-size star Mars They are all gaseous planets a) Each time the Earth Rotates Earth’s rotationb) Solar flare The rotation of Earth on its axis b) gas, dust, stars, and object that orbit stars Spiral Galaxy


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