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Our Planet Earth!!!

Our Planet Earth!!!

Our Planet Earth!!!. By Huntur. Our Natural Satellite . Earth’s natural satellites are like the moon. Earth has one natural satellite. . Our Artificial Satellite. Artificial satellites are like radio stations and TV channels. Earth has more than any other planet. Gravity.

By iain
(168 views)

The Solar System and Beyond

The Solar System and Beyond

The Solar System and Beyond. This has been made especially for Mr B and his wonderful aliens Mr Buckley. There are nine planets in our solar system:. Mercury. Venus. Earth. Mars. Jupiter. Saturn. Uranus. Neptune. Pluto. The Earth orbits the sun every…. …year (365 1 / 4 days).

By fionnula
(99 views)

The Earth-Moon-Sun System

The Earth-Moon-Sun System

Section 22.2 Prentice Hall Earth Science. The Earth-Moon-Sun System. 22.2 Objectives. Describe the movements of Earth known as rotation, revolution, and precession Explain how the moon goes through phases Explain how eclipses occur. 22.2 Objectives. rotation revolution precession

By wheeler
(464 views)

ERT 247

ERT 247

ERT 247. SENSOR & PLATFORM. Passive vs. active sensing. Remote sensing systems which measure energy that is naturally available are called passive sensors . Passive sensors can only be used to detect energy when the naturally occurring energy is available. . …cont.

By kolton
(149 views)

The Solar System and Beyond

The Solar System and Beyond

The Solar System and Beyond. W Richards Worthing High School. There are nine planets in our solar system:. Mercury. Venus. Earth. Mars. Jupiter. Saturn. Uranus. Neptune. Pluto. The Earth orbits the sun every…. …year (365 1 / 4 days). The Earth is kept in orbit by the force of….

By kamran
(245 views)

December 12, 2011

December 12, 2011

December 12, 2011. Objective: Observe and examine spectra from different sources. Agenda: Spectroscope Lab Moon Notes Moon Video. The Moon. A look at our nearest neighbor in Space!. What is the Moon?. A natural satellite. Location, location, location!.

By bonita
(134 views)

Rockets and Space Exploration

Rockets and Space Exploration

Rockets and Space Exploration. Traveling into Space. Rocket – a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the opposite direction. The first rockets were made in China in the 1100s Modern rockets were first developed in the early 1900s by Russian and American physicists.

By huslu
(166 views)

space

space

space. Sun un.

By heaton
(79 views)

The Swinging Sixties

The Swinging Sixties

The Swinging Sixties. Dylan, Layla , Melissa, William. November 22, 1963. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy Assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.

By fergal
(435 views)

The Moon

The Moon

The Moon. Earth’s natural satellite. Motions of the Earth & Moon. Earth orbits the sun in 365 days. Earth rotates on its axis a full circle in about 24 hours. Moon orbits the Earth. Moon doesn’t create any light itself, it just reflects the light of the sun. Because of this…………….

By cynara
(181 views)

SCIENCE

SCIENCE

SCIENCE. Fourth Grade Week Three. Elija is doing a power point presentation on the planet that is 4 th from the Sun. Which planet is he studying?. Mars. What is the name of the central star in our solar system?. Sun. What are the natural satellites called that orbit the sun?. planets.

By rocco
(121 views)

Heavenly Bodies

Heavenly Bodies

Heavenly Bodies . A natural celestial object, visible in the sky, such as a star, planet, natural satellite, asteroid, comet, the Moon or the Sun. Objects flying or moving in the atmosphere are not usually considered as heavenly bodies. Heavenly Bodies . Stars.

By artie
(2558 views)

The tidal acceleration

The tidal acceleration

The tidal acceleration. By: leony kristina 6D. What is acceleration.

By randy
(73 views)

Earth in the Universe

Earth in the Universe

Earth in the Universe. Orbit. To orbit is to move around something in a circle. Axis.  real or imaginary line on which something rotates. Rotation. The act or process of turning around a center or an axis. A complete cycle of circular motion . Moon.

By loyal
(98 views)

THE MOON

THE MOON

THE MOON. BY Alessia Ippoliti & Laura Mezzelani. In general.

By aadi
(135 views)

Science Review

Science Review

Science Review. Our Solar System Megan Lewis. Which planet is Earth in order from the sun?. First Third Second Fifth. 30 of 30. Which planet has rings around it?. Mars Jupiter Venus Saturn. 30 of 30. What is the natural satellite of Earth called?. Pluto Asteroid Moon Sun.

By sabina
(67 views)

Planets in space all about the solar system By Morgan Ridgway

Planets in space all about the solar system By Morgan Ridgway

Our solar system. Planets in space all about the solar system By Morgan Ridgway . A easy method to remember. A good method to remember Mercury-My Venus-very Earth-easy Mars-Method Jupiter-just Saturn-simplifies Uranus-us Neptune-nodding.

By mari
(137 views)

The Moon

The Moon

The Moon . Called Luna by the Romans, Selene and Artemis by the Greeks, and many other names in other mythologies. .

By kenaz
(121 views)

Astronomy

Astronomy

Astronomy . Week 4 . December 2, 2013. Do Now: When the moon is full, you can see shadowy places on its surface. Those surfaces are large holes, called craters. How did the moon get those features? Why are the craters different sizes? . December 2, 2013. Agenda . Objective . Do Now

By taima
(121 views)

Chapter 14 Satellite Motion

Chapter 14 Satellite Motion

Chapter 14 Satellite Motion. Basic Concept of Satellite Motion: A projectile has two components of motion (1) vertical distance d = ½ g t 2 (2) horizontal distance d = v t

By ernst
(185 views)

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