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Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
Earth, moon, solar system5maconochie
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  • 1. Earth, Moon, Solar System<br />By Harrison Maconochie<br />
  • 2. Only Planet in the solar system that has life and water on it.<br />Has 1 moon.<br />3rd planet in our solar system<br />Involved in lunar and solar eclipses.<br />Has gravity and inertia to make it stay in its orbit around the sun<br />Elliptical<br />Terrestrial planet. Terrestrial- inner planets<br />Earth<br />
  • 3. This happens when the earth sun and all lined up in a specific order. (sun, earth, and moon)<br />It basically is the reflection of the sun rays onto earth and then the light goes to moon.<br />Lunar eclipses <br />
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  • 5. This is the exact opposite of the lunar eclipse.<br />This is basically when the sun rays reflect off the moon and the light goes to the earth.(sun, moon, and earth.)<br />Solar eclipses<br />
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  • 7. Only moon of earth.<br />Causes the high and low tides from gravitational pull.<br />Takes 27.3 or 28 days to revolve around earth.<br />The moon goes through phases.(new moon, waxing crescent, 1st quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter, and waning crescent.) that is the order.<br />elliptical<br />Moon<br />
  • 8. High tide and Low tide<br />
  • 9. Phases Of Moon <br />
  • 10. The sun is a star that is 5 billion years old.<br />Holds 99% of all the solar system mass.<br />Rotates on its axis.<br />Made up of mostly nuclear fusion.<br />Involved in solar and lunar eclipses.<br />Produces solar energy and gives us oxygen.<br />Has sunspots which are cooler darker spots of the sun.<br />4 billion years away till the sun turns into a red giant and then destroys inner planets with it, including earth.<br />Sun<br />
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  • 12. Formed by the nebular theory- theory of how the solar system was born.<br />Was once a nebula- cloud of gas and dust.<br />Split up into 2 sections terrestrial and gas giants- outer planets. Separated by asteroid belt- belt separates terrestrial planets and gas giants.<br />Has 8 planets in our solar system<br />Solar System<br />
  • 13. Made up of a lot of asteroids which is what the Earth’s moon is made up of. <br />Asteroids-small rocky objects that orbit the sun.<br />There are also comets-balls of ice and rock.<br />There is one last thing about the solar system that I have to tell is about meteors, meteoroids, and meteorites.<br />Solar System<br />
  • 14. Meteoroids- small rocky objects that float around in space.<br />If they get close enough to Earth and then they get pulled into the earths atmosphere and burn up and you see light, then they become meteors.<br />Meteorites- meteor that wasn’t burned up and hits the earth’s surface.<br />Solar System<br />
  • 15. Nebula<br />
  • 16. Asteroid Belt <br />
  • 17. Comet<br />
  • 18. meteors<br />
  • 19. meteoroids<br />
  • 20. meteorites<br />
  • 21. http://www.towercrystals.com/meteorites/gibeon/3kilometeorA.jpg<br />http://www.rasc.ca/im/observing/astimpact3.jpg<br />http://www.nightskynation.com/pics/meteor-showers.jpg<br />http://physicsquest.homestead.com/files/west2.jpg<br />http://www.solcomhouse.com/images/asteroid_belt.gif<br />http://www.foxnews.com/images/492979/0_61_nebula_ngc2818_hubble.jpg<br />Websites for pictures<br />
  • 22. http://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/upload/2010/01/a_moon-stravaganza/moon_phases.jpg<br />http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/sciences/astronomy/theuniverse/timekeepingandthecelestial/SolarEclipses/solar_eclipse.jpg<br />http://www.space.com/images/lunar_eclipse_diagram_030425_03.gif<br />http:// www.trintec.com/images/ Time-Tide-Animation.gif <br />Websites for pictures<br />

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