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Astronomy Natalia Lopez Day 4&5
Terms RotationRevolutionTides SeasonsAsteroidsComet Meteor Lunar Eclipse Solar Eclipse Solar System
Rotation Spinning around on a axis.
Revolution Circling around a center point
Tides Caused by differences in how much the moons gravity pulls on different parts of the Earth
Seasons Caused by the tilt of the Earths axis as it revolves the sun
Asteroids Rocky objects that revolve around the sun but are to small to be considered plants
Comet A loose collection of ice, dust, and small rocky particles
Meteor Asteroids that pass through the Earths atmosphere
Lunar Eclipse The blocking of sunlight to the moon that occurs when the Earth is directly between the sun and the moon
Solar Eclipse The blocking of sunlight to Earth that occurs when the moon is directly between the sun and the Earth
Solar System The sun together with the eight plants and all other celestial bodies that orbit the sun
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