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Space

  1. 1. Like Earth, most of the smaller planets in our Solar System have a solid surface made of rock. However, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, the four biggest planets, are made of gases!Q. Is there life on otherplanets?A. All of the planets in theSolar System have beenexplored with telescopes andspace probes. So far, nothingliving has been found. Q. What shape are planets? A. A planet may look round, but it is actually shaped like a spheroid. This means that it looks like a squashed ball. Saturn and Jupiter spin very quickly, so they are the most squashed-
  2. 2. Q. Why does the Moon seem to change shape?Q. What is an eclipse of the Sun? A. The Sun’s light only falls on one side of theA. This is when the Moon is directly between Moon. It takes 27.3 days or one lunar month, forEarth and the Sun. For a few moments, the the Moon to orbit Earth. As the Moon orbitsSun’s light is blocked and the Moon casts a Earth, we see different amounts of the sunlit sideshadow onto Earth, turning day into night! of the Moon. When we can see all of the sunlit side, there is a full moon. An Eclipse of the Sun Phases of the Moon
  3. 3. A Supernova A Black hole
  4. 4. Hemispheric Planetarium
  5. 5. The Ancient Greeks were the first scientific astronomers. They worked out the size of Earth and that there were enormous distances between our Sun and other stars.Reflector Telescope Galileo Galilei
  6. 6. Neil Armstrong
  7. 7. Thank you for Watching!!!!

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