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Space When a red giant collapses on itself and shrinks in size. A small object that orbit the earth and makes GPS work.. Groups of stars named in honor of mythological beings.. The first stage in the life cycle of a star. Grouping of millions or billions of stars, gas and dust.. Hard
Neptune This particle give the Neptune’s particular color.. The largest moon of Neptune.. Like all the outer planets, Neptune has __________.. It is the main component of the Neptune’s atmosphere.. Neptune appears __________.. Older Children
The Life Cycle of Stars this is what a low or medium life star will become later in its life; typically have the same mass as our Sun, but only a bit larger than the Earth . this may be the beginning or the end of a star's life; a cloud that is made up of dust, helium and hydrogen, and plasma . burn up their fuel more quickly than regular stars; soon all fuels will run out and the core will collapse. places in space so strong that not even light can escape; may occur when a star is dying. the dying stage of a star; they become larger and this color due to the decrease in temperature . Moderately Challenging
Stars The blue-white hot core of a star that is drifted out into space.. A large cloud of gas and dust in space, spread out in an immense volume.. A star system with two stars.. A huge cloud of gas that is created when the outer layers of a red giant star drift out into space.. An enormously bright distant galaxy with a giant black hole at its center.. Older Children
Planets A dwarf-planet (not a real planet). The planet that is part rock, part gas. The gas giant with horizontal rings. It is a star at the centre of the solar system. The red planet. Older Children
Venus Greek Goddess. Sulfuric acid is where?. composes 3.5% of the atmosphere. Venus doesn't have what?. Largest Volcano. Older Children
Neptune, Uranus, & Jupiter The planet Uranus was named after ancient _____ gods.. The planets Jupiter and Neptune were named after ancient _____ gods.. Nasa Earth Exchange (short form). The fourth Galilean moon of Jupiter. This was a NASA mission to Jupiter.. Older Children
Solar System distance light travels in a vacuum. cluster of stars, or a cloud of dust particles and gases. . a _______ is the object that follows its own orbit. turning on an axis. the Milkyway s a ____________. Older Children
All About Stars The red giant phase is actually a prelude to a star shedding its outer layers and becoming a small, dense body called a ________.. Stars may occur in many sizes, which are classified in a range from ____ to supergiants. White dwarfs cool for billions of years, until they eventually go dark and produce no energy this point is called _____.. Stars may occur in many sizes, which are classified in a range from dwarfs to ________. primary building block of stars. Hard
Space and Enviroment What astronauts use to get to space. Frozen condensation, but enough mosture in the air. 0 gravity. Brocken satallites. Dwarf planet. Big
The Planets Use the folliwng words: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto; Inner Planets; Outer Planets planets farthest from the sun. the second farthest planet from the sun. the planet farthest from the sun. the planet where we live. planets closest to the sun. Older Children
THe Solar System a hot ball of gases. planets farthest from the sun. a large body of rock or gas that orbits the earth. the spinning of an object on it's axis. an imaginery line that goes through the North and SOuth pole. Moderately Challenging
Reach For The Stars it's high . something you see when you walk. a big cat. it's really loud. it's has stars in it. Older Children
Historical Astronomy The distance that the light travels in one year.. A group of stars forming a pattern that is traditionally named after its apparent form or identified with a mythological figure.. The highest point reached by a celestial or other object.. A celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star.. The time at which the sun crosses the celestial equator, when day and night are of equal length.. Hard
Exploring Other Stars A small, dim, hot star.. Certain specific wavelengths within a spectrum characterized by lines.. A narrow band of stars on the H-R diagram that runs diagonally from the upper left to the lower right.. The magnitude of a star that we would observe if the star were placed 32.6 light years from Earth.. A graph that compares the properties of stars.. Hard
Planets Often confused as a star. Orbits the sun. Spinning in a circle. 24 hours. Lies at the bottom of the sky. Older Children
The Planets Revolve Around the Sun not considered a planet anymore because of being so far away and small. very hot and stormy planet. This planet has rings made of rocks and ice.. The largest ball of energy and light that is ia star and is extremely hot. 4th planet from the sun that is redish in color. Older Children
 
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