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…Can we build a settlement on the Moon?
Moon Facts Distance from Earth 240,000 miles Size – 2,160 miles across There is no atmosphere 1/6 gravity of Earth
Earth orbits the sun every 365 days or 1 year Moon orbits the Earth every 27 days Moon/Earth Orbit
Traveling To The Moon A rocket will travel to the Moon The trip to the Moon would take about 2 1/2 days
What Would We Wear? The helmet has a radio The helmet has a special visor to protect the astronauts eyes The backpack has oxygen The spacesuit has several layers to protect the astronaut
All of the planets in our solar system revolve around our sun. Today you will investigate the speeds at which they move around. Orbiting Our Sun.
Science Space Section A. Question1. A scientist who studies the planets and stars is called? weather forecaster astronomer biologist.
Lesson 3: Earth’s Moon. The moon is Earth’s only natural satellite. A satellite is an object that orbits a planet.
Slideshow P2: The Moon. The Moon is the nearest natural object to us in space.
Today’s Agenda… Bellringer: Based on your scavenger hunt worksheet – what do you think the new unit will be about? Brainstorm as many topics as possible.
Why is the Earth’s moon considered a moon and not a planet? onphases/quiz/
Today’s Agenda…1-31 Bellringer: Compare folded, fault-block, volcanic, and upwarped mountains. (Don’t forget to use your bellringer sheet) Notes on Earth’s.
Human Space Travel 1 Web Search/Thinking How are the conditions in space different from life on earth? 2 Web Search Why do astronauts undergo training?
My Planet Add planet name here. ______ planet from the sun Write a statement here about the number in line that your planet is from the sun.
The Sun The sun is so bright in the sky! Let’s read a story about day and night. Choose audio and the story will be read to you!
The Planet Earth The planet where we live. Some general facts about the planet Earth The Earth has a diameter of 7,926 miles. The Earth orbits around.
The moon and the earth by Zach and Brandon. Water on the earth and moon The Earth is 72% water and the moon as 25 gallons of water.
Solar System Facts. Earth facts to add to your booklet. 1. Earth is the only planet having intelligent life. 2. Earth’s atmosphere is 78% nitrogen and.
The Moon By: Sydney and Madison. Introduction The moon is an object that orbits the Earth. It is the second brightest object in the sky.
PLANET EARTH BY : Vincent and Yusef. The Earth is 4,300 miles in diameter The Earth is the fifth largest planet in the solar system It is 50 times the.
The Sun is bigger than the Earth. Earth is the third planet from the Sun at a distance of about 150 million km. One day on Earth takes 24 hours.
By: Wadih and Thatcher. The moon’s diameter is about 2,200 miles.
Astronomy Review 7 th Grade Science. Love the Earth! It takes the Earth 24 hours to rotate on its axis. The Earth’s rotation on its axis causes night.
Space and Gravity. 1. What determines how much gravity a planet will have?
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