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November 4, 2013 Test day. All you need is something to write with! . Answer Key. 18. 19. 20. 589 Kcal. Tertiary consumer. 5,890 Kcal. Secondary consumer. 58,900 Kcal. Primary consumer. 589,000 Kcal. producer. 11.5.13 Space Vocabulary. S -

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november 4 2013 test day

November 4, 2013 Test day

All you need is something to write with!

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18

19

20

589 Kcal

Tertiary consumer

5,890 Kcal

Secondary consumer

58,900 Kcal

Primary consumer

589,000 Kcal

producer

11 5 13 space vocabulary
11.5.13 Space Vocabulary
  • S-

1. After an asteroid hits our earth Sally finds a substance that has high luster, is a good conductor, and is malleable. What type of element would she classify this as?

2. Where would

she find it on the

periodic table?

p what are we learning about

P

P- What are we learning about?

(9) Earth and space. The student knows components of our solar system. The student is expected to:

(A) analyze the characteristics of objects in our solar system that allow life to exist such as the proximity of the Sun, presence of water, and composition of the atmosphere; and

(B) identify the accommodations, considering the characteristics of our solar system, that enabled manned space exploration

proximity

A

Proximity
  • How close something is

True or False

A planets proximity to the sun determines its temperature

A planets proximity determines the mass of the object

Mercury's has the closest proximity to the sun out of all the planets

The closer the proximity the more gravitational force that will be exerted.

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A

Proximity: How close something is

Use the word proximity to explain why life can’t exist on planet B, H, D and G.

atmosphere

A

atmosphere
  • The air surrounding the earth

True or False

All planets are made up of the same atmosphere gasses

The atmosphere maintains a constant temperature.

The atmosphere shields us from too much radiation

The atmosphere protects us from small collisions

Earth’s atmosphere is made mostly of nitrogen

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A

Based on your knowledge. Which of these planets shows Earth’s atmosphere?

A B C

water

A

water
  • Important for all life to exist.

True or False

Water is only found on Earth

All the fresh water on earth is in liquid state

Water is biotic

Water is necessary for all life to exist

solar system

A

Solar system
  • The sun (a star) and the planets that orbit around it

How many stars are there in our solar system?

How many planets are in our solar system (not including pluto)

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A

  • Draw a comparison between the proximity of the to the sun and the length of the year.
  • Draw a comparison between the proximity to the sun and the temperature of the planet
  • Draw a comparison between the proximity to the sun and the composition of the planet.
gravitational pull

A

Gravitational pull
  • The attraction that one object has for another object due to the invisible force of gravity.

True or False

The greater the mass the more gravitational pull

The greater the distance between two objects the greater gravitational pull

Sir Isaac Newton discovered the principals of gravity

microgravity

A

microgravity
  • A condition in which there is very little net gravitational force (weightlessness)

True or False

Zero gravity exists

The closer we are to earth the less gravity pulls on us

Microgravity has negative affects on the health of our bones

Microgravity is the cause of the floating sensation in space.

orbit

A

orbit
  • the gravitationally curved path of an object around a point in space

Inertia

slingshot effect

A

Slingshot effect

Using a planets gravitational pull to assist with space travel

model

P

model
  • A representation, to show the construction or appearance of something.
limitation

A

limitation
  • restrictive weakness; lack of capacity; inability

True or false:

The size of the planets is a limitation of this model

The distance between planets is a limitation of this model

The number of planets is a limitation of this model

accommodation something that meets a need a convenience

A

Accommodation-Something that meets a need; a convenience

Are these accommodations of a space suite- True or False?

Regulating temperature

Controlling air pressure

Managing waste

Getting rid of microgravity

Protecting from radiation

Providing O2 and collects CO2

international space station

A

International Space Station
  • a habitable artificial satellite in low Earth orbit

True or False

ISS must have accommodations for astronauts

Scientists should make life like models prior to sending it to space for safety reasons, and practicing flight operations

space shuttle

A

Space Shuttle

spacecraft, able to land like an unpowered aircraft, used to make repeated journeys between the earth and earth orbit.

rocket

A

Rocket

Is used to deliver things to space and is not reusable.

satellite

A

Satellite

An object that moves around a much larger object

11 6 12 space edusmart
11.6.12 Space Edusmart

Sally wanted to find the density of titanium. She has 18 grams cube of titanium. Her cube takes up 4 cm3. What is the density? SHOW YOUR WORK!

S-

p according to the tek what makes earth unique

P

P- according to the TEK what makes Earth unique?

(9) Earth and space. The student knows components of our solar system. The student is expected to:

(A) analyze the characteristics of objects in our solar system that allow life to exist such as the proximity of the Sun, presence of water, and composition of the atmosphere; and

(B) identify the accommodations, considering the characteristics of our solar system, that enabled manned space exploration

p edusmart
P- Edusmart
  • Take your own notes for your quiz!
  • These will guide you:
    • What are 3 characteristic of earth that allow earth to exist?
    • Identify as many accommodations as you can, that would have to be made for space exploration.
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C- Quiz E- Half page reflection on why earth is so unique and why earth can support life.Be sure to include :1. proximity to the sun2. Usable water3. atmosphere

11 07 13 conditions for life
11.07.13 Conditions For Life

We will analyze the characteristics of the objects in our solar system that allow life to exist by reading a nonfiction text.

  • S: What is the relationship between temperature and proximity to the sun?
p read the definition of our solar system and revise and edit your list
P: Read the definition of our solar system and revise and edit your list.
  • A solar system is defined as a sun (central star) with its associated planets, asteroids, meteoroids, moons (satellites), dwarf planets, and comets that are captured in its orbit. These various celestial bodies are trapped in a constant orbit around the Sun by its strong gravitational pull.
a independently read the nonfiction text condition for life
A: Independently read the nonfiction text “Condition for Life”.
  • Prepare a short summary of important information for each section in your journal.
  • Be prepared to have a class discussion to reflect on each reading.
e 1 does life exist on other planets 2 what components would contribute the sustaining this life
E:1. Does life exist on other planets? 2. What components would contribute the sustaining this life?
11 8 13accommodations for space
11.8.13Accommodations for Space
  • We will identify the accommodations, considering the characteristics of our solar system that enable manned space exploration by doing group work and presenting.
  • TEK 7.9B the student knows components of our solar system

S- Sally decides she would like to travel to space, so she begins to research materials to build her space craft out of. She decides she is going to build it out of titanium, a metal, what physical properties will her space craft have?

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P- Class Popcorn Reading

Read article “Living in Space”

A- Group activity ( 7 Groups A-G)

  • Each group is assigned an obstacle
  • Find and record obstacle effects on humans and human accommodations for this obstacle using the article “Living in Space”
  • Record in your chart “Accommodations for Space”
  • Be Ready to Present
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E-Write a paragraph explaining the order of importance for a space suit, from most to least important.

  • Keep our bodies weight and mass normal
  • Attach us to the shuttle
  • Provide us with oxygen
  • Control body temperature.

Half page reflection on what you learned today.