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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt StarsGalaxiesThe SunPlanets Meteors, Etc.
A hot, glowing sphere of gas that produces energy by fusion
What is a star?
The large cloud of dust and gas from which a star is formed
What is a Nebula?
The two factors that determine how bright a star appears
What are distance and actual brightness?
The temperature at which fusion takes place inside a nebula to form a star
What is 10,000,000º Celcius
The chemical reaction that takes place inside a star to cause the release of energy
A large group of stars, gas and dust held together by gravity
What is a galaxy?
The name of the galaxy that we live in
What is the Milky Way Galaxy?
The most common galaxy; It is football shaped
What is an Elliptical Galaxy?
A galaxy that curves outward from a central hub which resembles a pinwheel
What is a Spiral Galaxy?
Term used to describe galaxies that dont have consistent shapes or sizes
What is an Irregular Galaxy?
What is the Core?
What are Sunspots?
What is the Radiation Zone?
What is the Convection Zone?
What is the Photosphere?
One and a half times larger than all other planets combined
What is Jupiter?
The collective name for Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars
What are the Terrestrial Planets?
Currently the farthest planet from the sun
What is Pluto?
The four gaseous giant planets
What are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune?
The most spectacular storm on Jupiter
What is the Great Red Spot?
A meteor once it hits the Earths surface
What is a meteorite?
A Meteoroid once it enters the Earths atmosphere
What is a meteor?
A large chunk of rock traveling through space
What is an Asteroid?
A large chunk of ice, dust, frozen gases and rock fragments traveling through space pulled by orbit of the Suns gravity
What is a Comet?
The Asteroid Belt is between these two planets
What are Mars and Jupiter?
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