We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byEmma Shepherd
Modified over 3 years ago
200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 A BCDE
The inner planets have this in common
What is a small rocky surface?
These are the names of the gas giants.
What are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune?
The largest and most massive planet
What is Jupiter?
Neptune is very similar in size and color to this planet.
What is Uranus?
This inner planet once had liquid water on its surface.
What is Mars?
The gas giants cant let this escape into space because the planets have very strong gravitational pulls.
What is their atmosphere?
This is the direction Uranus rotates.
What is on its side?
This force tends to pull together the matter in stars.
What is gravity?
This is likely to happen to the universe in the future.
What is, it will expand forever?
A loose grouping of a few thousand stars.
What is an open cluster?
Saturns rings are made up mostly of these types of chunks.
What are chunks of ice and rock?
This may indicate that a planet may exist near a distant star.
What is a wobble or slight forward and backward motion?
This supports the hypothesis that Mars may once have had the conditions needed to support life.
What is evidence that liquid water was once present?
The four outer planets have this in common.
What is they are larger than Earth and are made mainly of hydrogen and helium?
This explains why many large optical telescopes are located on mountains.
What is so they can be above the atmosphere?
A meteoroid that enters Earths atmosphere produces this streak of light.
What is a meteor?
The mysterious force that may be causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate.
What is Dark Energy?
Astronomers predicted the existence and orbit of Neptune based on this.
What is Neptunes gravitational effect on the orbit of Uranus?
Meteroids usually come from these.
What are comets or asteroids?
One of the conditions required for life on Earth is this liquid.
What is water?
For this reason, Europa is considered a good place to look for life.
What is there may be liquid water under its icy crust?
This is the shape of the orbits of most comets.
What are long narrow ellipses?
The smallest terrestrial planet.
What is Mercury?
These are two ways Venus and Earth are much alike.
What is their size and density?
The asteroid belt is located here.
Where is between Mars and Jupiter?
THE SOLAR SYSTEM THE NINE PLANETS THE INNER PLANETS The solar system is divided into two groups of planets - inner and outer. Inner planets are called.
Ticket A 99 percent of the solar system’s mass is in the what. Click here for answer.
The Sun pg. 535 The Sun is a medium-sized yellow star at the center of our solar system. The Sun is the largest object in our solar system and has the.
Astronomy: Solar System. The Solar System Consists of the sun, 8 planets, and their moons, and several kinds of smaller objects that revolve around the.
What Do You Know about our Solar System???. Is Pluto bigger, smaller or the same size as the Earth's moon? a) Smaller b) Bigger c) The same size MOON.
Solar system planet gravity telescope comet asteroid meteor meteorite Lesson 3 Splash.
THE SOLAR SYSTEM. Solar System Solar System- a star and all the objects orbiting it. Our solar system includes the Sun and all of the planets, dwarf planets,
Chapter 2 The Solar System Section 1 Observing the Solar System.
Solar System What you need to know Where we live in Space.
The solar system has 8 planets. The solar system has 1dwarf planet named Pluto.
Study Guide Answers. 1. What is the difference between geocentric and heliocentric? Geocentric: Earth is the center of the universe Heliocentric: Sun.
Chapter 8, Astronomy. Identify planets by observing their movement against background stars. Explain that the solar system consists of many bodies held.
Mercury Closest to the sun Covered in craters No atmosphere No moons Smallest planet Rocky planet.
OUR SOLAR SYSTEM 6 th Grade Science. What are we going to learn? What is it? State of matter Inner or outer planet Type of atmosphere Interesting fact.
Components of Space. Universe All of space that includes many galaxies All of space that includes many galaxies.
Inner Planets Inner and Outer Planets Galaxies Space.
Our Solar System Planets and other stuff!. The Sun Produces energy through nuclear fusion. ( 2 hydrogen nuclei fusing to make helium. Very hot: up to.
…and other cool space stuff!. The OUTER PLANETS Mercury Venus Earth Mars The Inner Planets The Outer Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Asteroid Belt.
Celestial Objects 6 th Grade Science. Sun The Sun is a star at the center of our solar system. The Sun is very dense and made up of extremely hot gases.
Earth tilts at 23 ° and causes the seasons. Earth revolves around the Sun. The moon revolves around the Earth. Moon reflects the sun’s rays and.
Unit 4: Astronomy Chapter 14: The Solar System Big Idea: The solar system includes the sun, the planets & their moons, & smaller objects such as comets,
STRAND #1 – EARLY ASTRONOMY 1. Name the scientist that said the sun was the center of the solar system (and not the Earth) AND name the scientist that.
TA19B –Teach About Planets, Asteroids, Meteors and Comets Use with BrishLab ES19B Done By: Coach.
Hosted by Mrs. Brady The SunInner Planets Outer Planets Extra- Terrestrial
Vocabulary The Solar System – a star and the planets and other space objects that revolve around it. Planet- a large, round body that revolves around.
Solar System Notes Solar System - An area that normally has one star with planets, moons, asteroids and comets orbiting the star. Our solar system has.
The Outer Planets. Jupiter Jupiter – fifth planet from the sun, largest in the solar system – Atmosphere – primarily hydrogen and helium Below atmosphere,
Astronomy Chapter 2. Geocentric A description of the solar system that involves all of the planets revolving around the Earth.
NEW CHAPTER Our Solar System CHAPTER the BIG idea Planets and other objects form a system around our Sun. Planets orbit the Sun at different distances.
Seconds Remaining: What makes up the solar system?
Mrs. Tweedie May 2006 Mrs. Tweedie May 2006 Earth and Its Place In the Solar System Earth and Its Place In the Solar System.
Astronomy Chapter 2 The Solar System Observing the Solar System Section 1.
Objects in the Solar System Standard Summarize the characteristics & movements of objects in the solar system.
Unit 5 Lesson 2. Vocabulary Solar System: A star and all the planets and other objects that revolve around it. Planet: A body that revolves around.
Chapter 20: Our Solar System. Inner Planets Inner Planets often called Terrestrial Planets Rock Planets – Mercury – Venus – Earth – Mars Asteroid Belt.
A Family of Planets Chapter 9. Astronomical Unit Astronomical unit - AU The average distance between the Earth and the sun Approximately 150 million.
Venus and Earth are much alike in terms of. SIZE.
Our Solar System Alabama Course of Study # 10 Describe components of our solar system. Defining comets, asteroids, and meteors.
Our Solar System Comparative Planetology. Terms Planet – a celestial body that is in orbit around the Sun has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to.
Origin of the Solar System GCSE ScienceChapter 12.
Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1The Structure of the Solar System Lesson 2Lesson 2The Inner Planets Lesson 3Lesson 3The Outer Planets.
THE OUTER PLANETS Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are the outer planets. They are all large compared to the inner planets. Jupiter has a diameter.
JOURNAL #17 – THE SOLAR SYSTEM 1.What is the order of the planets from the Sun outward? 2.If during a solar eclipse the moon must be between the Sun and.
Inner Planets Outer PlanetsSpace objectsSolar systemMiscellaneous.
WARM UP Can you list the planets in order?. Our Solar System.
Notes 14-3 and 14-4 The Planets. Order of Planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto “My Very Excellent Mother Just.
Solar System Notes. Inner Planets Terrestrial Planets Dense & Rocky Smaller Closer to the sun Planets – Mercury – Venus – Earth – Mars.
Big Bang theory Parts of our solar system Planet characteristics Galaxies Constellations Nebulas.
Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy SatellitesVocabularyMiscellaneous 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.