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Science

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The sun is the closest/furthest star to earth closest
A solar eclipse happens when the _______ is blocking the sun moon
Photo voltaic cells or solar panels convert ___ into electricity sun
You should never/sometimes look directly into the sun. never
A solar oven works because it collects ____ inside the oven heat
The sun is the size of 1.3 _______ earths million
SPF on sunscreen sands for Sun __________ Factor Protection
Solar flares are/ are not hot compared to the rest of the sun. are
In an electric meter, the more power you use, the _____ the dial turns faster
The sun's source of energy is continuous _________ explosions
Almost all/none of the energy that is used on the earth comes from the sun. all
Comparatively , a tiny/large percentage of the sun's energy hits the earth tiny
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