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Science Quiz of Jenn

For the Greensboro Montessori Middle School

What is Scientific Notation? Scientific Notation is to make bigger numbers smaller. For example, 19,000,000 1.9X10 to the 7th
How much is a lightyear? a lightyear is the distance light can travel in a year. The light from the Sun takes eight minutes to reach Earth.
Wait-how far away is the Earth from the Sun? 93,000,000 miles.
What is my cosmic adress? Isy Hassell 2206 Madison Avenue Greensboro Guilford County North Carolina USA North America Northwest Hemisphere Orion Arm Milkyway Galaxy Outer Space
What is an asteroid? A rock in space
What is a meteor? A space rock in our orbit
What is a meteorite? A space rock that hit Earth
Name the planets in order Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, (Pluto) My Very Exciting Mother Just Served Us Noodles
Name and describe the Life Cycle of a star Protostar-baby star, born in a nebula, doesn't shine because it is not hot enough Main Sequence- Nuclear Fusion, hydrogen is combined to make helium Supernova- Star becomes too large and collapses under its own gravity, making a Black Hole!
Stars- are they all the same? It all matters on location. Bright star might be; a. closer b.. bigger c. hotter a dimmer star may be a. farther b. smaller c.colder
Name three stars. Beetlejuice, Polaris, Sun
What is the difference between Geocentric and Heliocentric? Geocentric-the Earth is the center of the Solar System Heliocentric- The Sun is the center of the Solar System
Why are there seasons? Because the Earth tilts in different directions around the Sun.
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