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Guide to the Galaxy Science Test A
Science Vocabulary Select the word the matches the definition
Science Vocabulary 1. The action by a heavenly body of going round in an orbit A. rotation B. revolution C. Earth D. real motion
Science Vocabulary 2. The process of turning about an axis or a center A. rotation B. revolution C. Sun D. apparent motion
Science Vocabulary 3. The time each morning at which daylight first begins A. A.M. B. P.M. C. dawn D. dusk
Science Vocabulary 4. The time of day immediately following sunset. A. A.M. B. P.M. C. dawn D. dusk
Science Vocabulary 5. Meaning before noon. Literally, ante meridiem A. A.M. B. P.M. C. dawn D. dusk
Science Vocabulary 6. Meaning after noon and before midnight. Literally, post meridiem A. A.M. B. P.M. C. dawn D. dusk
Phases of the Moon Select the phase of the moon the matches the desciption
Phases of the Moon 7. The moon is not visible in the sky. This phase is generally used to mark the beginning of the lunar month. A. first quarter B. full moon C. new moon D. waxing crescent
Phases of the Moon 8. The moon has passed the full moon, but remains more than half visible A. last quarter B. waning gibbous C. waxing gibbous D. waning crescent
Phases of the Moon 9. Exactly half of the moon is visible in the sky 7-8 days after the new moon A. first quarter B. last quarter C. waxing gibbous D. waning gibbous
Phases of the Moon 10. A sliver of the moon is visible in the sky a few days before the new moon. A. first quarter B. last quarter C. waxing crescent D. waning crescent
Phases of the Moon 11. Exactly half of the moon is visible in the sky 7- 8 days after the full moon A. first quarter B. last quarter C. waxing gibbous D. waning gibbous
Real Motion or Apparent Motion Decide whether each example best describes real motion or apparent motion
Real Motion/Apparent Motion 12. The revolution of the Earth around the Sun. A. real motion B. apparent motion
Real Motion/Apparent Motion 13. When riding on a merry-go-round you feel as if the landscape is moving around you. A. real motion B. apparent motion
Real Motion/Apparent Motion 14. The rotation of the Moon on its axis. A. real motion B. apparent motion
Real Motion/Apparent Motion 15. The sun moves across the sky over the course of a day. A. real motion B. apparent motion
LUNAR VOCABULARY. WAXING To increase in size. This refers to the lit portion of the Moon.
The Moon Lab 2. New Moon Full Moon 1 st Quarter Waxing Waning.
Phases of the Moon. Sun Lighted Side Dark Side Moon Earth Day Night Moon’s Orbit Earth–Moon Relationship The Moon revolves around the Earth every 29 ½.
Phases of the Moon. Why does the moon have phases? The revolution of the Moon around the Earth causes the Moon to appear to have phases. When the moon.
Moon Notes. Satellites: Natural or artificial bodies that revolve around larger bodies. The natural ones are commonly called “moons”.
Moon Phases. Exactly one half of the moon is normally lit by the sun. As the moon orbits Earth we see different amounts of the half that is lit by.
The Lunar Cycle. Why does the moon have phases? The revolution of the Moon around the Earth causes the Moon to appear to have phases. The Lunar Cycle.
Lunar Phases. Motions of the Moon The moon moves in two ways just like the Earth: It ROTATES on its axis It REVOLVES around Earth because of Earth’s gravitational.
The Moon and it’s Phases What are the Motions of the moon?
1 Phases of the Moon The Phases of the Moon are the variations in the Moon’s appearance as the Moon orbits the Earth. They are due to the changing Sun-Earth-Moon.
Phases of the moon (Appendix B) Now we’ll come back closer to home--- our solar system, starting from Earth, Sun and Moon. Bring your notecards on Thursday.
You can not see a new moon in the sky at night.
M. Sun The Moon takes 29.5 days (about one month) to complete its revolution around the Earth. The reason we see the moon is because sunlight reflects.
Seconds Left: What causes the phases of the moon?
Moon Phases A look at the movements of the Moon. Movements of the Moon Revolution – Moon orbits the Earth every 271/3 days The Moon rises in the east.
Astronomy What is astronomy?. Astronomy is… the study of the moon, stars, and other objects in space the study of the moon, stars, and other objects in.
Moon Phases Puzzles. Name and describe all the Moon phases New Moon: Not visible Waxing crescent: Getting bigger, crescent 1 st quarter: Getting bigger,
1 PHASES OF THE MOON STUDY GUIDE. 2 3 What moon phase? waxing crescent.
Phases of the Moon Page 65 Why does the moon appear to shine?
Third Grade– Earth Science 4b. Students know the way in which the Moon’s appearance changes during the four-week lunar cycle.
The Moon and its Phases. The Phases of the Moon The Moon is unique in that it has phases, that is it is not always round. It “waxes” (gets larger) and.
Phases of the Moon Standard 1 Students will understand that the appearance of the moon changes in a predictable cycle as it orbits Earth and as Earth rotates.
Moon Phases & Eclipses Fly Swatter Game. Waxing Crescent Moon 1 A G H ED BC F I.
6/14/2011. During the new moon, we see the side of the moon that is not illuminated by the sun. When we see the moon, it is like a dark circle in the.
THE MOON. HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON FROM EARTH?
Lesson 5: Investigating Lunar Phases. The moon goes through a cycle of changes in its apparent shape which are referred to as “Phases.” We see these phases.
Phases Of The Moon. The Moon Is Our Nearest Neighbor In The Solar System.
LUNAR PHASES. “Everybody is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody” -Mark Twain.
Moon Phases & Eclipses. Lunar Phases New Moon Rises at sunrise & sets at sunset.
Moon Vocabulary. rotation One complete turn, on its axis.
What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know?. Waxing Crescent Light on the right. Less than half lit.
Monday, February 17 Do Now Page 54 Standard 6E11 Title Earth Rotation and Revolution Do Now LEQ What would the results be if the moon did not revolve around.
Phases of the Moon Page 67 Why does the moon appear to shine?
Moon Phases in Depth. Phase 1 - New Moon - The side of the moon that is facing the Earth is not lit up by the sun. At this time the moon is not visible.
Waxing & Waning Does this represent waxing or waning?
Why Do We Have Phases of the Moon? Good question! Oh, by the way, what’s a phase?
Question How long does it take for the moon to revolve around the Earth?
Unit 9: Earth Cycles Vocabulary. Axis Imaginary line about which an object rotates.
TOPIC #1: Chapter 22 Origin of Modern Astronomy. Section 2: The Earth, Moon, Sun System Earth has two forms of motion: Rotation, which is the turning.
Rotation The amount of time it takes for Earth to spin around once. ONE DAY Revolution The amount of time it takes for Earth to go around the.
Phases of the Moon and Eclipses LunarPhasesandEclipse.ppt.
The Moon. The revolution of the Moon around the Earth results in moon phases (changing appearances of the moon as seen from Earth).
Rotate Revolve Orbit Axis Moon Phases New moon Full Moon Earth Equator 8 Waning crescent Waxing crescent Waning gibbous Waxing gibbous Quarter.
It takes 29 ½ days – almost 1 month – for the moon to move (revolve) around the Earth.
By Max and Gus. New moon New moon also known as dark moon is the start of a new month.
New Moon ·Full Moon Waxing Crescent · Waning Gibbous First Quarter · 3rd Quarter Waxing Gibbous · Waning Crescent.
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Activity 84 Assessment Brookville Intermediate School 8 th grade.
The Phases of the Moon Different Faces in the Night Mrs. Gianelos Grade 8 Space Science Lesson 2.2.
Phases of the Moon Grade 8; GLE 41 Phase 1 New Moon The side of the moon that is facing the Earth is not lit up by the sun. At this time the moon is.
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