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The imaginary line that passes
What is through the poles.
through Earth the axis?
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The spinning ofrotation ?
What is Earth on its axis.
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What is the rotation of
It causes day and night.
Earth on its axis?
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The amount of time it hours
What is 24 takes Earth to
rotate once on its axis.
(1 day)?
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The path as Earth revolves around
What is an orbit?
the Sun.
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The primary reason tilt of
What is the Earth has
Earth’s axis?
seasons.
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What is equinox?
This means equal night.
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What is the summer
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solstice, the longest day
June 21st
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most daylight hours ?
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The date of the winter solstice, the
shortest day of the year 21?
What is December which has
the fewest hours of daylight.
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The dates when the noon sun is
What is March 21 & September 22?
directly above the equator.
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Different shapes of the moon you
What are phases?
see from Earth
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The best theory for the origin of the
What is the collision-ring theory?
moon.
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Round pits on the moon’s surface
What are craters?
that are formed by meteorites
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Mountains found on the moon’s
What are highlands?
surface.
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Dark, flat areas on the moon’s
surface What are maria? ancient
formed from huge
lava flows
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The tendency of an object to resist
What is inertia?
a change in motion.
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What is weight?
The force of gravity on an object.
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States that every object in the
What is Newton’s law of universal
universe attracts every other
gravitation?
object.
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What is mass?
The amount of matter in an object.
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The two factors combined to keep
Earth in is inertia and the sun and
What orbit around gravity?
the moon in orbit around Earth.
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Occurs when a new moon blocks
What is a solar eclipse?
your view of the sun
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The very darkest part of the moon’s
What is the umbra?
shadow during an eclipse.
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A tide with the least difference
What is a neaphigh tides.
between low and tide?
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and the moon pull in the same
What is a spring tide?
direction and produces the
greatest difference between low
and high tides.
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The moon’s phase during a total
What is a full moon ?
solar eclipse.
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The name of the first scientist that
Final Challenge
used a was Galileo Galilei? the
Who telescope to look at
moon.
Wager
TIME’S
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