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Week Nineteen 01/27

TermDefinition
Shadow Shadows cast by an object that blocks the Sun's light will change from long in the morning, shortest at noon, and the long the late afternoon.
Sunrise/Dawn When the Sun begins to rise in the East
Sunset/Dusk When the Sun begins to set in the West
Solar Arc The path across the sky that the Sun appears to take
Model A smaller version or representation that shows the same appearance as something bigger
Full Moon This is when the moon appears to be fully illuminated
New Moon The moon is not visible at the time (No moon is a new moon)
Lunar Cycle Another name for the moon cycle
Moon Facts The Earth's only natural satellite. Made of rock, no life or liquid water. Takes about 28 days to orbit Earth. Gets its light from the Sun. No atmosphere.
Sun Facts Star that is the center of our Solar System. Mostly made of hydrogen. The energy of the Sun supports almost all life on Earth and provides almost all light and thermal energy.
Earth Facts 3rd planet from the Sun. It rotates on its axis every 24 hours. It revolves around the Sun every 365 days or 1 year.
Planets in order Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Conductor Allows heat and electricity to flow through it easily
Insulator Does not allow heat and electricity to flow through it easily
Energy The ability to do work
Mechanical Energy Energy of movement
Thermal Energy Energy of heat
Solar Energy Energy produced by the Sun
Light Energy Energy that travels in the form of waves in a straight line
Sound Energy Energy of vibrations
Electrical Energy Energy of moving electrons
Created by: ghscience5