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earth science, 22

earth science chapter 22 vocal

astronomical unit unit, astronomical
solar wind flow; solar
spiucle (masses) of hot plasma
corona hot outer atmosphere of sun
apparent motion motion; daily
chronograph instrument
solar flare sudden explosion
lunar phase repeatedly changing, moon
umbra shadow created by moon
satellite artificial object orbits a plannet
limb edge
chromosphere (lowest)
ecliptic apparent path
crater depressions
ray bright streak
waxing growing LARGER
synodic month 53 days
granule (mounds) of hot plasma
rille valley on moon
winter solstice december 21
autumnal equinox september 20
summer solstice june 21
solar eclipse earth
capture theory ( pulled )
nuclear fusion (nuclear change)
sunspot small, cool area on sun
mare lowland plain on the moon
vernat equinox march 20
impact theory young earth, mare sized
rotation spin of an object
lunar eclipse moon
waning growing SMALLER
prominence (stream) of solar plasma
annular eclipse eclipse, ring shaped portion
accretion theory cloud of gas and dust
photosphere visible surface
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