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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
    Absolute visual magnitude : 4.75 Rotation (as seen from the earth at the equator) : 25.38 days Rotation (near the poles) : 33 days The sun consists of 71% of Hydrogen, 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 : It is...
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    Absolute visual magnitude : 4.75 Rotation (as seen from the earth at the equator) : 25.38 days Rotation (near the poles) : 33 days The sun consists of 71% of Hydrogen, 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...
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    Absolute visual magnitude : 4.75 Rotation (as seen from the earth at the equator) : 25.38 days Rotation (near the poles) : 33 days The sun consists of 71% of Hydrogen, 26.5% Helium and 2.5% of other elements. The rays of the Sun take about 8 minutes to reach the earth. (4) MARS Diameter Distance from...
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    by the _________. September Equinox The Earth takes 365.25 days to do what? Revolve around the Sun Where is Earth's northern axis pointing on the first day of winter? Away from the sun Why is Earth colder at the poles than at the equator? Earth is colder at the poles than at the equator because...
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    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 year...
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  • Rotation and revolution of Planets
    Education and Arts and Sciences Topic: Rotation and Revolution of the Planets Instructor: Dr. Rosalina Paragas Course: BSED-2C Reporter: Dessa A. Fermilan Mercury Mercury’s revolution around the Sun takes 87.97 days (Earth days) or 0.24 yrs (Earth years). Because Mercury rotates on its own...
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    Absolute visual magnitude : 4.75 Rotation (as seen from the earth at the equator) : 25.38 days Rotation (near the poles) : 33 days The sun consists of 71% of Hydrogen, 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 : It is...
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    1. State the five Earth Materials? 2. How do we classify soils ? 3. What is the difference between sand, silt and clay? 4. What are the three uses of Soil? 5. What are the three types of Soil? 6. Why do we use soil in the growing of plants? 7. How are Minerals Obtained 8. What are metals? Give...
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    Solar System are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, and Mercury. 4. What is the basis for classifying a planet as an inner or an outer planet? Which are the inner planets? The outer planets? ANS. The Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are called the inner planets. The outer...
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    conflicts. Geography lesson 3 A. Differentiate between the following: 1. Day and night Day Night When the earth rotates, the half portion which faces the sun causes day. When the earth rotates, the half portion which remains in darkness causes night. 2. Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice Summer...
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  • Direction of the Moon's Revolution
    moon’s revolution around Earth. Over the last several years, we have witnessed numerous peoples’ accounts for which direction they believe the moon revolves around Earth. After carefully reading and examining Namffuak Krekyb Nna’s interpretation of why the moon revolves clockwise around Earth, I have...
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    angular velocities should be in units such as (rad) / sec or (rad) / hr . However sometimes we will give the result in other layman’s terms, such as revolutions per minute or degrees per second, so as to give a better understanding of how fast the angle is moving. But in order to do calculations with angular...
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  • Science Ideas
    soil erosion. 11. People use different methods of farming such as terracing, contour plowing, riprap, crop rotation, strip cropping and reforestation to prevent soil erosion. 12. Crop rotation is a method used to improve soil. 13. Some elements of weather are temperature, air pressure, humidity and...
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    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 with the...
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    _________________________________________________________ CHAPTER 10 EARTH, MOON AND SUN LESSON 40 THE EARTH AND HOW IT MOVES What will you learn to do Describe how the earth moves. Earth is one of the planets in solar system. It has air, water and temperature that is neither...
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    heat and light, but the planets do not. The motion of a planet as its orbits the sun is called a revolution, and its takes the earth one year to make one revolution around the sun. it one imagines the earth cutting out a large circle of paper as its revolves around the sun, one will have, a nearly circular...
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    of the eight planets in the Solar System, with an orbital period of about 88 Earth days. Wikipedia   Distance from Sun: 35,980,000 miles (57,910,000 km)  Radius: 1,516 miles (2,440 km)  Mass: 328.5E21 kg (0.055 Earth mass)  Surface area: 28.88 million sq miles (74.8 million km²)  Length...
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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 365...
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    latitude and constant longitude, is constructed by reference to the rotation axis of the Earth. The primary reference points are the poles where the axis of rotation of the Earth intersects the reference surface. Planes which contain the rotation axis intersect the surface in the meridians and the angle between...
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