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Tides and movement Phases and eclipses Moon features Storms Layers
Which layer of the sun is the hottest?
What is the temperature of the photosphere? Bag Toss Challenge!
Which 2 layers make up the sun’s atmosphere?
List the layers of the sun in order from the inside, out. Spelling counts. Bag Toss Challenge!
Diagram nuclear fusion.
Define solar wind.
True or False, Auroras are caused by sun spots.
How many magnetic fields does the sun have? Bag Toss Challenge!
Explain the differences between solar wind and solar flares.
How hot can solar flares be?
True or false, mare are oceans on the moons surface.
All of the moon’s prominent surface features are caused by _____________________. Bag Toss Challenge!
Explain the visual difference between the dark side of the moon and the side that faces Earth.
Define a rille. How are rilles formed? Draw a picture of a rille on the board.
How long is it from new moon phase to new moon phase? Bag Toss Challenge!
What phase would we expect to see 2 weeks after a first quarter moon?
Draw a picture of a waxing gibbous on the board.
Explain the process that causes us to see lunar phases from Earth’s surface.
Bag Toss Challenge! Draw the alignment of the Sun, Moon, and Earth during a lunar eclipse. What does a lunar eclipse look like?
Define synchronous rotation.
How many high tides does Earth have on a daily basis? Bag Toss Challenge!
Which moon phases cause spring tides?
Neap tides will cause ________high tides and ________low tides
A spring tide occurs at Point Pleasant Beach on January 3 rd. On what date can we expect the next spring tide to occur?
Practice Questions What motion of Earth causes day and night? Rotation What causes seasons to change? Earths revolution changes how energy from the Sun.
Astronomy Sun, moon, tides Characteristics of the moon w Spherical; made of rock w Has no atmosphere, no water, and no living things w Drastic temperature.
WHAT IF THERE WAS NO MOON?. HOW WAS THE MOON FORMED? CAPTURE THEORY: Why is moon so similar in elements as Earth? How did moon slow down for Earth to.
PHOTOSPHERE The lowest layer of the Suns atmosphere that is also the visible part we see.
Essential Question What if there was no moon? Objectives Students will be able to: Describe formation theories of the moon Describe how the moon affects.
TIDES Are periodic rise and fall of all ocean waters caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon and the sun upon the water and upon the earth itself.
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The Sun What is the fate of our sun and other stars?
High or Low - What Causes Tides?. Study Jams Video.
Title of book Written By: Insert Picture that represents your book.
Does the moon give off its own light? What causes the changing of the moon? What is What are the phases of the moon? the moon? Does the moon give.
The Sun: An Important Star The Suns Affects on the Earth The Sun is the only star in our solar system. It gives the energy needed by all the Earths.
What are Tides? – Describe the 2 types of Tides. – What objects and force cause Tides? – Draw a picture of the location of the tidal bulges like the one.
Moon Retrograde motion of Mars, June to November, 2003 Who is this guy? Use SkyGazer or StarCal to find out!
Welcome to PPT Astronomy Sun, moon, tides Presented By:- Mr. D. S.Meena TGT (S. St.), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Multhan, Distt. Dhar M.P., India,
Earth & Space Science Chapter 25 Test Review Guide 1)How were most of the moon craters formed? Meteoroid Impacts 2)How were most of the moons mountain.
The Earth and the Moon. I) Formation of the Moon A giant Asteroid (the size of Mars) slammed into Earth about 4.5 billion years ago kicking up debris.
The Cycles of the Moon The phases of the moon The tides Lunar eclipses Solar eclipses.
The Sun. How Old Is Our Sun? Stars like the Sun shine for nine to ten billion years The Sun is about 4.5 billion years old, judging by the age of moon.
CN: The Moon. The moon rotates on its axis. –1 moon day The moon revolves around the earth. –1 moon year. What are the two ways the moon moves in space?
TA PowerPoint Directions: 1- Change the title slide (change all the XXXs) 2- Read and change the font color for the key words in the question. 3- Insert.
Rotation and Revolution What causes day and night? Why do we have four seasons?
Out of This World JEOPARDY Moon/Moon Phases Sun/Earth/Moon System Sun/Planets Comets/Stars
The Rising Earth The earth appears to rise over the horizon if you are standing on the moon looking back. The earth has phases looking at it from the moon.
Measuring Up Lesson 35 pps Interactions of the Earth and Moon Objective 4 At the end of this lesson you will should understand characteristics.
Kinetic Energy and Phase Changes. Diffusion Diffusion is the process by which molecules will move randomly in order to fill the space that they are in.
Objectives Describe electromagnetic radiation. Tools of Astronomy Explain how telescopes work. Describe space exploration. –refracting telescope –reflecting.
// The Moon Mr. Harpers science mini lesson with audio Click on the speaker icon to hear the words.
Lunar and solar. Eclipses The moons orbit around Earth is slightly tilted with respect to Earths orbit around the sun. When the moons shadow hits Earth.
Waxing vs. Waning of the Moon. What does “waxing” mean? Waxing means an INCREASE When the moon is waxing, the lighted surface of the moon is increasing.
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