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Science Vocabluary

Water Cycle,Moon,Weather

TermDefinition
Barometer Tool used to measure air pressure
Wind Vane Tool used to show the direction of the wind
Thermometer Tool used to measure tempeture
Anemometer Tool used to measure wind speed
Precipitation Any form of water that falls to Earth
Condensation The process of water vapor becoming liquid water again
Groundwater Any water that is underground
Water Cycle The movement of water from Earth's surface to the atmosphere and back again
Ellipse A shape that is like a circle stretched out in opposite directions
Revolution Movement of one object around another
Rotation Spinning of a planet,moon,or a star around its axis
Tides Occurs because of the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun on Earth's oceans
Phase The shape of the moon formed by the lighted part of the half that faces the Earth
New Moon Occurs when the unlighted half of the moon faces Earth
Orbit Path an object follows as it revolves around another
High Pressure Cool,dry,clear and nice weather
Low Pressure Warm,moist air,storms,and overcast
Created by: Juergen