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6th grade science

6th grade Chapt 4 Sun and Moon

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What is the hottest part of the sun? the core
Where is the sun the hottest? the core
What are the 3 features of the sun? sunspot, solar flare, prominence
What causes the full moon? This happens when Earth is between the Sun and the Moon
How long is a lunar cycle in days? 27.3 days or 1 month
What is the moon phase after third quarter? waning crescent
Describe a waxing gibbous moon. Waxing means that it is getting bigger. Gibbous means more than 1/2 of the moon is lit up. (Gib = Big)
Describe a waning crescent. Waning means that it is getting smaller. Cresent means less than 1/2 of the moon is lit up. (Cresent has the C)
The tilt of the earth directly relates to what seasons we experience. When the North Pole tilts toward the Sun, it's summer in the Northern Hemisphere. When the South Pole tilts toward the Sun, it's winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
Why do the northern and southern hemispheres have different seasons? One part of the planet is more directly exposed to the sun light.
How does the tilt of the earth relate to the different seasons? Only one hemisphere can be tilted towards the sun at any given point. When one hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, the other hemisphere is less sunlight. This means that one hemisphere will be in summer and the other will be in winter.
During the northern hemisphere summer is the north pole pointed toward or away from the sun? toward the sun
Created by: amygerman