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a body that orbits a planet.
An object that orbits the sun Large enough to have become rounded by its own gravity.
a streak of light produced when a small object burns up entering Earth’s atmosphere.
is a cold mixture of dust and ice that gives up a long trail of light as it approaches the sun.
giant ball of hot gas Tiny points of light
Is a pattern or groups of stars in the sky.
Imaginary line that passes through Earth’s center and the North and South poles
Spinning of the Earth and moon around its axis.
It takes the Earth 365 days to complete one Movement of the Earth around the Sun or the movement of the moon around the Earth
Earth moves around the sun in a regular, curved path called a(n) Earth’s ______ brings it closer to the sun in January
Caused by Earth’s tilted axis and its revolution around the sun
If the Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun, what season is occurring?
What season occurs when part of Earth is tilted towards the Sun?
What seasons occur when the Earth is neither tilted toward or away from the Sun?
Sun appears farthest north of the equator and south each year Longest day of the year in Northern Hemisphere and shortest day of the year in Southern Hemisphere
The sun is directly overhead at the equator Means “equal night” 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night
The Winter Solstice begins on
The Spring Equinox begins on
The Summer Solstice begins on
The Fall Equinox begins on
Attracts all objects to each other Keeps the Earth in an orbit around the sun Keeps the moon in an orbit around the Earth
Amount of matter in an object Remains constant
Measure of the force of gravity on an object Changes depending on location
Every object in the universe attracts every other
Tendency of an object to resist a change in motion Example: when a car is moving and suddenly stop; you keep moving forward
An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by a force
Earth is constantly moving in two ways.
Why do our seasons change?
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