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What did the ancient astronomers call objects in the sky such as the stars, planets, etc? Celestial Objects
The star above the Earth's axis that never changes is called: Polaris
When Canada experiences summer, this part of the globe is closest to the sun... Northern Hemisphere
Smaller rocks fragments that break off from asteroids are called... Meteors.
What is the angle of the Earth's tilt? 23.5
Term that describes an orbit around the sun Revolution
Made up of ice & rocks that has a tail of ionized gas when approaching the sun Comets
The measurement of the mass of a star relative to our sun Solar Mass
The name of an infant star (star that is just forming) Protostar
A star that emits pulses of light (like a search light) Pulsar
Created by: kayanathebest