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Ch 9 Earth and Space By R. Aldridge
sun the star at the center of our solar system
rotate To spin on an axis
axis an imaginary line that passes through Earths center and its North and South Poles
revolve To travel in a closed path
orbit the path one body takes in space as it revolves around another body
equator an imaginary line around Earth, equally distant from the North and South Poles
moon any natural body that revolves around a planet
crater a bowl- shaped, low area on the surface of a planet or moon
moon phase one of the shapes the moon seems to have as it orbits Earth
eclipse an event occurs when one object in space passes through the shadow of another object in space
refraction the bending of light as it moves from one material to another
star a huge ball of very hot gases in space
solar system A star and all the planets and other objects that revolve around it
constellation a pattern of stars, named after a mythological or religious figure, an object, or an animal
planet a body that revolves around a star
universe everything that exists, including such things as stars, planets, gas, dust, and energy
galaxy a grouping of gas, dust, and many stars, plus any objects that orbit those stars
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