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Star Base Earth

HERE YOU WILL FIND OUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE STAR BASE EARTH CHAPTER C. IN THESE ACTIVITIES, YOU WILL LEARN MORE AND MORE!

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ASTEROIDSSMALL ROCKY BODIES THAT ORBIT THE SUN BETWEEN THE ORBITS OF MARS AND JUPITER.
ASTRONOMERA SCIENTIST WHO STUDIES THE PLANETS, STARS, AND OTHER CELESTIAL OBJECTS IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THE UNIVERSE.
ASTROMICAL UNIT (AU)THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE EARTH AND THE SUN, ABOUT 93 MILLION MILES. THIS UNIT IS USED FOR MEASURING DISTANCES IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM.
AXISAN IMAGINARY LINE AROUND WHICH A PLANET ROTATES.
CIRCUMPOLARAROUND THE POLES. CIRCUMPOLAR STARS ALWAYS APPEAR TO CIRCLE EITHER THE NORTH CELESTIAL OR THE SOUTH CELESTIAL POLE.
COMETSCHUNKS OF ICE AND ROCK THAT TRAVEL AROUND THE SUN IN A VARIETY OF ORBITS. SOME OF THE ORBITS ARE VERY LONG AND SOME ARE SHORT.
CONSTELLATIONSOME KIND OF PICTURE FORMED BY STARS,
CORETHE CENTRAL PART OF ANY STAR.
CORONATHE UPPERMOST GASEOUS LAYER OF THE SUN'S ATMOSPHERE.
CRATERA DEEP IMPRESION LEFT IN THE SURFACE OF A PLANET OR MOON BY THE IMPACT OF A METEOR.
ECLIPSEA TEMPORILARY BLOCKING OF THE SUN OR MOON.
ELLIPSEA FLATTNED CIRCLE.
EQUINOXA DAY, OCCURING ONCE IN THE SPRING AND ONCE IN THE FALL WHERE THERE IS AN EQUAL AMOUNT OF DAY LIGHT AND DARKNESS.
GALAXYA VAST COLLECTION OF STARS.
GRAVITYTHE FORCE OF ATTRACTION BETWEEN EVERY PARTICLE OF MATTER AND EVERY OTHER PARTICLE OF MATTER.CLE
LIGHT-YEAR6 TRILLION MILES...HOW MANY MILES LIGHT TRAVELS IN A YEAR
MAGNITUDETHE DEGREE OF BRIGHTNESS OF A STAR.
METEORA METEROID THAT ENTERS EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE.
METEORITEA METEOR THAT PLUNGES TO EARTH IN ONE PIECE.
METEROIDDUS, GAS PARTICES, AND ROCKS THROWN OFF BY COMETS
MOONTHE EARTH'S NATURAL SATTELITE.
ORBITTHE PATH ONE OBJECT TAKES AROUND ANOTHER, SUCH AS THE PATH OF THE SUN OR MOON AROUND EARTH.
PHASEONE OF THE APPARENT SHAPES OF THE MOON.
PLANETONE OF THE LARGE NINE LARGE, SOLID, NEARLY SPHERACAL OBJECTS RELVOLVING AROUND THE SUN.
REVOLUTIONTHE MOVEMENT OF ONE ONE OBJECT AROUND ANOTHER.
ROTATIONTHE SPINNING OF A BODY ABOUT ITS AXIS.
SATELLITEA NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL BODY THAT ORBITS ANOTHER BODY.
SOLAR SYSTEMTHE SUN, ITS FAMILY OF PLANETS, AND ALL THE ASTEROIDS, COMETS, AND METEORS.
SOLSTICEA DAY THAT HAS THE MOST HOURS OF SUNLIGHT OR THE FEWEST HOURS OF SUNLIGHT.
STARA LARGE GLOBE OF HOT GASSES.
SUNTHE SUN IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
UNIVERSEEVERYTHING THERE IS.


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