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The Structure of the Solar System Worksheet

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Grade 8 Integrated Science. This worksheet accompanies the Chapter 11 Lesson 1 slides on The Structure of the Solar System. This is a short review with fill in the blank questions involving key terms.

Grade 8 Integrated Science. This worksheet accompanies the Chapter 11 Lesson 1 slides on The Structure of the Solar System. This is a short review with fill in the blank questions involving key terms.

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  • 1. Name _____________________________________________ Date ___________________ Class________________ The Structure of the Solar System Directions: On each line, write the term from the word bank that correctly replaces the underlined words in each sentence, Use each term only once. NOTE: You may need to change a term to its plural form. asteroid astronomical unit comet period of revolution period of rotation star orbit _____________________ 1. Many objects, including planets, travel around the Sun. _____________________ 2. Orbiting objects made of gas, dust, and ice come from the outer parts of the solar system. _____________________ 3. The Sun is a(n) structure in space made of gases in which nuclear fusion reactions occur. _____________________ 4. In 365 days, Earth completes a(n) full journey around the Sun. _____________________ 5. In 24 hours Earth completes a(n) full turn, also called a complete spin. _____________________ 6. Millions of small, rocky objects orbit the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. _____________________ 7. A(n) distance equal of about 150 million km is the average distance from Earth to the Sun.

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