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SQ Vocab 4


Scientists have calculated the temperature of deep space with this device. Ground-based microwave radio telescope
The lightest element. Hydrogen
The second-lightest element. Helium
The third-lightest element. Lithium
Clouds of gas/dust in space that reflect and absorb light from stars. Nebulae
Collection of small grains of matter; can coalesce into large bodies such as planets, moons and asteroids. Planetesimal
All matter and energy originated from this immensely small, hot and dense particle. Singularity
An exploding star. Supernova
The oldest solid material found on Earth so far. Zircon crystal
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