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Science chapter 1

lesson 1

What can you see in the night sky? on a clear night, you may see stars, the moon, planets, meteors, and commets
Satellite a body that orbits a planet
Planets objects that orbit the sun
Meteor the streak of light produced when a small object burns up entering Earth's atmosphere
Comet a cold mixture of dust and ice that gives up along trail of light as it approaches that sun
Stars are giant balls of hot gas mainly composed of hydrogen and helium
Constellation a pattern or group or stars that people imagined to represent a figure, animal, or object
Polaris commonly called the north star
How do objects in the sky appear to move? the apparent motion of objects in the sky depends on the motions if earth
Zodiac the small narrow band in the sky that appears planets go through
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