# 'Early astronomers' presentation slideshows

## The Universe

The Universe. Chapter 14. The night sky . Sky observations date to ancient civilizations Stonehenge was built in England for observing the sky. The differences between stars and planets. Stars Appear as point sources that produce their own light.

By ethan
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## Astronomy

Astronomy. Chapter Nineteen: Galaxies and the Universe. 19.1 Tools of Astronomers 19.2 Stars 19.3 Galaxies and the Universe. 19.3 Galaxies. A galaxy is a huge group of stars, dust, gas, and other objects bound together by gravitational forces.

By karis
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## Astronomy

Astronomy. Chapter Nineteen: Galaxies and the Universe. 19.1 Tools of Astronomers 19.2 Stars 19.3 Galaxies and the Universe. 19.3 Galaxies. A galaxy is a huge group of stars, dust, gas, and other objects bound together by gravitational forces.

By duff
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## Unit 3 Review

Unit 3 Review. 1. What force was represented when the pepper moved to the middle of the swirling plate?. 2. What event did the floating pepper represent when it moved to the outside of the plate?. 3. Gravity pulls in on the material that makes up stars until what process occurs?. 4.

By melora
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## Our Moon and Earth System

Our Moon and Earth System. The Moon – Our Nearest Neighbor. A natural satellite One of more than 96 moons in our Solar System The only moon of the planet Earth. Location, Location, Location!. About 384,000 km (240,000 miles) from Earth

By karma
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## Our Solar System

Our Solar System. Chapter 29. Section 29.1. Overview of our solar system. Overview. Earth is one of eight planets revolving around or orbiting the sun All of the planets, and their moons are called satellites They all have various sizes, surface conditions, and internal structures.

By cherie
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## CRCT Question

CRCT Question. Copernicus explained that the planets revolved around the sun. the sun and the planets revolve around Earth. the geocentric system is correct. there are only six planets. Science Test Scores . Reteach: Next Monday 4/16 Retest: Next Tuesday 4/17. The history of

By coby
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## Early people looked at the stars and wondered…

Early people looked at the stars and wondered…. The ancient Greeks studied the movement of the stars and observed patterns. They concluded the patterns of most of the stars do not change, except…. 5 points of light that seem to wander among the stars.

By lisbet
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## Earth’s Moon

Earth’s Moon. The Moon rotates as it orbits EARTH . The pull of gravity keeps the Moon in orbit around the Earth. The moon’s diameter is about ¼ Earth’s diameter . The Moon is earth’s closest neighbor in space. . The distance between Earth and the moon is about 240,000 miles.

By orli
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## WARM UP

WARM UP. Copy Homework into Agenda – I WILL BE SIGNING  Get out your moon phases flip chart. Earth’s Moon. The Moon rotates as it orbits EARTH . The pull of gravity keeps the Moon in orbit around the Earth. The moon’s diameter is about ¼ Earth’s diameter .

By kalani
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## 23.4 Minor Members of the Solar System

23.4 Minor Members of the Solar System . Asteroids , Comets, Meteoroids . Asteroids . In February 2001, an American spacecraft, NEAR Shoemaker , finished it’s mission in space by becoming the first craft to land on an asteroid.

By mea
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## 7.1 Ancient Astronomy

7.1 Ancient Astronomy. What do you call a tick that lives on the moon?. A lunatic!!. Vocab Words. celestial object astronomer revolution rotation. Human survival depends on the reliability of the Sun rising every morning and the seasons returning every year.

By gpierce
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