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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt The Sun Stars and Galaxies Planets Grab Bag Solar System FJ


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These are a cooler, dark areas on the sun’s surface


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Sunspots


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The sun appears to be the brightest star in the sky because it is the _________ to the earth.


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Closest


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Solar fusion appears in the ___________ of the sun.


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Core


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From the sun’s yellow color, you can infer that it is of average __________


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Temperature


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The Hertzsprung-Russel diagram shows the sun is this


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G5 star


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This is the galaxy that contains earth


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Milky Way


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These are the colors of the hottest and coldest stars


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Hottest: bluish-white Coldest: red


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A stars brightness is related to its distance and its ________


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Temperature


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The three types of galaxies include what?


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Spiral, Elliptical, and Irregular


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The amount of light received on earth from a star


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Apparent Brightness


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Earth-like planets are known as what?


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Terrestrial Planets


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Large chuck of ice, dust, gasses, and rock that orbit the sun


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Comet


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A body of matter that travels around the sun


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Planet


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The larger planets in the solar system are composed primarily of what?


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Gasses


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Daily Double Name the nine planets in order from the sun starting with the closest to the sun


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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto


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Distances in space are measured in what?


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Light Years


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Solar energy is produced in what process?


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Fusion


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This is known as the birth place of a comet


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Oort Cloud


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He was the first scientist to hypothesize that planets orbit the sun


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Copernicus


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To what do some scientist accredit global warming?


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Greenhouse Effect


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This planet is known as Earth’s “twin” or “sister” planet


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Venus


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The “Red Planet”


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Mars


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This is the second largest and lightest planet in the solar system


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Saturn


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What is Jupiter’s “Great Red Spot?”


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A Storm


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Daily Double What is the name of Pluto’s moon?


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Charon


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Final Jeopardy What is the term used to describe the distance from the sun to the earth? (93,000,000 miles) Distances Astronomical Unit (1 AU)


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