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    1) 2) Mercury Diameter - 3,032.4 miles Number of moons - 0 Rotation period (planet rotates on its axis) - 58.65 (Earth days) Revolution period (planet completes one orbit) - 0.241 (Earth years) Atmospheric composition (air surrounding planet made of) - 42% oxygen 29% sodium22% hydrogen 6...
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  • General Knowledge
    reach the earth. PLANETS (1) MERCURY : It is the planet nearest to the earth. Average distance to the Sun : 57.6 Million Kms. Diameter : 4,849.6 Kms. Period of revolution : 88 days Period of rotation : 58 days 15 hrs 30 mts. 34 sec. (2) VENUS : It is also known as the Morning Star or...
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    , 26.5% Helium and 2.5% of other elements. The rays of the Sun take about 8 minutes to reach the earth. PLANETS (1) MERCURY Average distance to the Sun Diameter Period of revolution Period of rotation (2) VENUS Diameter Period of revolution Period of rotation : It is the planet...
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  • Seasons
    one revolution around the Sun? 365.25 days (one year) What force keeps the Earth revolving around the Sun? The Sun's gravity keeps the Earth revolving around the Sun. Rotation is a _______ motion. Spinning One complete Earth rotation is called a _______ and takes _______ hours. day, 24...
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  • Universe
    other elements. The rays of the Sun take about 8 minutes to reach the earth. (4) MARS Diameter Distance from the Sun Period of revolution Period of rotation (5) JUPITER Diameter Distance from the Sun Period of revolution Period of rotation (6) SATURN Diameter Distance from the Sun Period of...
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  • STUDENT
    2 The effects of Earths Revolution. Revolution is the movement of the Earth in its own orbit around the sun. This means that the earth rotates on its own axis while moving in its orbit around the sun. One complete revolution takes 3651/4 days in ayear or 366 days every four years in aleap...
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  • Rotation and revolution of Planets
    Sun takes 224.7 days (Earth days) or 0.62 yrs (Earth year). Its rotation around the Sun takes 243.02 or 243 days retrograde. The orbital speed of Venus is 35 km/sec or 78.292 mi/hr. Earth Earth’s revolution around the Sun takes 365 ¼ days or 1 yr and 24 hrs or 1day to rotate on its own axis...
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    . What are Fertilizers? 13. What is an anchorage 14. What is a “cycle” and what is a “phase” ? 15. Explain axis, rotation, revolution? 16. What are the phases of the lunar cycle 17. How many days does it take for the moon a) to rotate on its own axis b) to complete one rotation around the earth? 18...
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  • sun and 9 planets
    . PLANETS (1) MERCURY : It is the planet nearest to the earth. Average distance to the Sun : 57.6 Million Kms. Diameter : 4,849.6 Kms. Period of revolution : 88 days Period of rotation : 58 days 15 hrs 30 mts. 34 sec. (2) VENUS : It is also known as the Morning Star or the Evening Star. It is the...
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  • Sample Questions for Science
    diameters in kilometers. 3. Which planet have nearly the same period of rotation? ANS. Uranus and Neptune, Jupiter and Saturn, Earth and Mars. 4. Which planet rotates most rapidly? ANS. Jupiter rotates most rapidly. 5. How many days does it take Mercury to complete one revolution? ANS. 88 days does...
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    1. The movement of the Earth around the Sun in a fixed elliptical orbit is called revolution. a) Rotation is the spinning of the Earth around its axis. 2. It takes 365 days to complete one revolution. b) It takes 24 hours to complete one rotation. 3. Revolution causes seasons. c...
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  • Direction of the Moon's Revolution
    , is how long it takes the moon to complete one 360 degrees revolution around the Earth. Although Nna does a good job explaining why her accusations should be correct, her assertions are still incorrect based on tangible evidence. According to factual evidence of the Earth’s rotation, it takes the...
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    ) rotation on its axis. (Note: One 360 rotation on the axis is not the same as the actual length of a day due to the planet’s orbital movement relative to the Sun.) Dr. Neal, WKU Planetary Data Planet Mercury Venus Earth (Moon) Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Rad...
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  • Sassa
    earth that are independent of motions of the sun, (1) a yearly revolution around the sun, (2) a daily rotation on its axis, and (3) a slow clockwise wobble of its axis. Revolution The earth moves constantly around the sun in a slightly elliptical orbit that requires an average of one year for ne...
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    one complete revolution, it also makes one complete rotation so the same side of the moon is always facing the earth. 39. The moon does not change in shape. 40. The position of the moon and the sun in relation to the observer is what makes the moon seem to change its shape. 41. The moon cannot...
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  • Geo notes partial
    ■ Although the Earth appears in space photos to be a sphere, it is slightly flattened at the poles into a shape resembling an oblate ellipsoid. The geoid is a closer approximation of the Earth’s true shape. ■ The Earth rotates on its axis once in 24 hours. The intersection of the axis of rotation...
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  • The Earth’s Revolution
    The Earth’s Revolution As we have learned in previous units, the earth belongs to the solar system.  This is the system of planets, asteroids,meteoroids, comets, stellar dust and gases that orbit the sun.   Each orbit by a member of the solar system is its revolution.  A revolution is also...
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  • Reviewer for Uniform Circular Motion
    standing at the earth’s equator given that its radius is 6.38*106 m and that it takes 365 days for the earth to complete a revolution? 4. A ball that is whirled about on a string makes 167 revolutions in 3 minutes. If the string is 1.5 meters long, find the average speed of the ball. 5. * A stone tied...
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    one complete rotation. REVOLUTION As Earth rotates on it’s axis, it also turns on it’s path or orbit around the sun. Earth’s movement around the sun is called revolution. Just as Earth rotates from west to east, it also revolves around the sun from west to east...
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  • Geo5 Earths Rotation
    5 Earths Rotation • Takes approximately 24hrs for earth to complete rotation o Rotates from west to east o Rotation speed is variable • The Earth revolves around the sun o One complete revolution takes 365,2422 days o Approximately...
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