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Science Space Test

Science Unit 6 Space Test :)

List 3 differences between the outer planets and the inner planets. Outer planets- further away, made of gas; no surface, and spin quickly. Inner Planets- Closer, solid surfaces, spin slowly
Describe the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse. Solar is sun, moon, then Earth. Lunar is sun, Earth, then moon.
Describe the current theory oh how Earth's moon was formed. The theory is that a Mars sized object collided into early Earth.
What do the terms waning and waxing mean in relation to lunar phases? Waning is the left side reflections growing, and waxing is the right side reflections growing.
Is our solar system an example of a heliocentric model, or a geocentric model? Hellenistic model, because in the middle of our solar system there is a sun.
What are 3 facts about Neptune? .Very heavy .Blue .Cannot be seen with a telescope
What are 3 facts about Uranus? .Blue/green clouds .Strong magnetic field .Giant ball of gas and liquid
What are 3 facts about Jupiter? .The largest planet .3 Rings .Giant ball of gas
What are 3 facts about Saturn? .7 Rings .Second largest planet .Icy
What are 3 facts about Earth? .Only planet with living life .Has only one moon .No rings
What are 3 facts about Mars? .Has 2 moons .Has seasons .No water
Created by: Josie F