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To spin or make a circular motion on its own axis rotate/rotation
To go all the way around revolve/revolution
An imaginary line which the body rotates axis
An imaginary line dividing the Northern and Southern hemisphere equator
A sloping position tilt
Caused by the Earth’s rotation or spinning on its axis once every 24 hours day and night
The way something looks appearance
This is when the moon appears to be fully illuminated full moon
Another name for the moon cycle lunar cycle
The moon is not visible at the time new moon
cast by an object that blocks the Sun’s light will change from long in the morning, shortest at noon then long in the late afternoon. The direction of the pattern of shadows is from west to east. shadows
When the Sun begins to rise in the East sunrise/dawn
When the Sun begins to set in the West sunset/dusk
Caused by the tilt of the Earth seasons
Caused by the gravitational pull of the Earth tides
The order or the following of one thing after another sequence
third planet from the Sun, and only planet with known life Earth
order of the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
center of the solar system sun
A smaller version or representation that shows the same appearance model
A connection, association or involvement relationship
Gravitational bound system consisting of the Sun and 8 planets solar system
Created by: kristel.cruz