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  • Keynote ch. 12 earth & moon(2).key

    1. 1. Science Notes: Ch. 12; Earth, Moon, & Sun
    2. 2. Science Notes: Ch. 12; Earth, Moon, & Sun
    3. 3. RotationAxis of rotation over 1 day.Tilted by about 23-degrees.Results in... Day & night 2 high tides & 2 low tides. Ocean circulation.
    4. 4. Revolution/OrbitElliptical over 1 yearResults in... Seasons, Climate, & even Weather Ocean Circulation patterns.
    5. 5. Equinoxes: Daytime equals Nightime.Summer Solstice; Winter Solstice;Longest Day in N. Longest Night in N.
    6. 6. Temperature & LatitudeActive Art
    7. 7. Reasons for the Seasons
    8. 8. Gravity & the Moon’s InertiaNewton concluded there are two forces keeping theplanets in orbit: gravity & inertia.
    9. 9. The relative motions of theEarth, Sun, and Moon causeTides, Eclipses, Seasons,Weather, Ocean Currents, andthe phases of the Moon.
    10. 10. Phases of the Moon
    11. 11. The Moon in Motion
    12. 12. Moon in Motion... The moon rotates once on its axis in the same amount of time it takes to orbit around the earth; thus a day and a year on the moon are equal: a bit less than 29.5 days.
    13. 13. Moon in Motion... Active Art
    14. 14. Solar Eclipse
    15. 15. Lunar Eclipse
    16. 16. Tides
    17. 17. Spring & Neap TidesSpring tide happens duringNew Moon and Full Moontwice each month. Greatestdifference betweenconsecutive high & low tides.Neap tide happens during 1stand 3rd quarter twice a month.Least difference betweenconsecutive high & low tides.

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