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space to infinity and beyond

what is rotation the movement of of one object as it turns or spins around a central point or axis.
what is a revolution the movement of one object around one central object.
what is a orbit The curved path of a planet, sattelite, etc, around a celestial body.
what is geocentric having or representing the earth as a center.
what is heliocentric measured or considered as being seen fron the center of the sun.
what is our solar system The sun together with all the planets and other bodies that revolve around it.
what is astronomy the science that deals with the material universe beyond the earths atmosphere.
astromer an expert in astronomy.
what is nasa an acronym for national aerotic and space administration.
what is a asteroid small solar system bodies or dwarf planets that are not comets.
what is a meteoroid a meteor in space or out in darkness.
what is a meteorite a mass of stone or metal that has reached the earth from outer space.
what is a meteor a meteoroid that has entered the earths atmosphere.
what is a comet a celestial body that travels around the sun, usually in a highly elleptical orbit.
what is gravity the force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall to the center of the earth.
what is a telescope an instrument used for mostly viewing space.
what is a constellation any various groups of stars which definite names have been given.
what is a natural satelite a object naturally formed in space that orbits around earth
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