Solar:planet rotate orbit (worksheet 2)

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Treats the ideas of orbiting and rotating planets. Understanding needed to deal with the solar system.

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Solar:planet rotate orbit (worksheet 2)

  1. 1. Day 11. Rotating means to a. move in a circle around another object b. move up and down c. spin around and around d. moving in a straight line 2. Revolving means to a. move in a circle around another object b. move up and down c. spin around and around d. moving in a straight line3. Another name for revolving is a. rotating b. orbiting c. moving in a straight line d. gyrating The picture on the left shows Earth4, a. rotating b. revolving c. orbiting d. stopping 5. The picture below shows a. The Earth revolving around the Sun. b. The moon rotating. c. The Sun rotating. d. The Sun revolving around the Earth. Earth Sun 6. How long does it take the Earth to orbit the Sun one complete time. a. one year c. one day b. 365 days d. both a and b
  2. 2. Day 2 1. Write T or F beside each of the following statements. This picture shows ____a. The Earth orbiting the Moon. ____b. Earth revolving around the Sun ____c. The Sun revolving around the Earth ____d. The Moon orbiting the Earth. ____e. The Moon revolving around the Earth. ____f. The Earth orbiting the Sun. 2. This picture shows Earth rotating. When the Earth makes one complete rotation on its axis, how much time has passed? ____a. one year c. one month ____b. one day d. 10 days3. The Earth rotating on its axis causesa. moon phases c. the tidesb. day and night d. the wind4. What is the imaginary line called that is shown passingtrom the north and south pole through the center of the Earth?a. orbit b. revolution c. rotation d. axis
  3. 3. Day 3 Moon 1. This picture shows Earth Sun a. Mercury, Venus and Earth orbiting the Sun. Venus b. The Sun orbiting Mercury, Venus and Earth. Mercury c. The Moon orbiting the Earth. d. Both a and b. e. Both a and c. f. Both b and c. 2. What force keeps these orbiting motions? a. friction b. electricity c. magnetism d. gravity 3. Which of the pictures below show the correct relationship between the Earth, Moon and Sun in space? C. A. B. D.
  4. 4. Day 4 What things are a fair representation in the model of the Solar System? What things are not correctly represented in this model of the Solar System?

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