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Earth and Space Review

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Play this game to review facts about our solar system and beyond!

Created Date 01.26.21
Last Updated 01.27.21
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Topics of this game:
  • What is an imaginary line around which an object spins?
  • This is the second planet from the sun. It is very hot and has a toxic atmosphere.
  • What is a true fact about our sun?
  • What are the two gasses that stars are made of?
  • What is a cloud of dust and gas where stars are created?
  • Fourth planet from the sun. Sometimes called the "Red Planet."
  • Planets made of rock and iron, no rings are present.
  • Name for a planetary body that has not cleared the path of its orbit.
  • Gas giants that all have rings around them.
  • Largest planet in the solar system.
  • An explosive eruption of waves and particles into space.
  • One whole spin of an object on its axis.
  • Two main reasons why Earth has seasons.
  • Length of one full rotation on planet Earth.
  • A frozen mass of different types of ice and dust orbiting the sun.
  • A group of stars that forms a pattern.
  • One full orbit around the sun.
  • Which of the following is NOT a constellation?
  • A natural object that revolves around a planet.
  • Name of the region between Mars and Jupiter.
  • Length of time for one full revolution of Earth around the Sun,
  • Shape of Earth's orbital path around the sun.
  • Only star located in our solar system.
  • Force that keeps planets in their orbits around the sun.
  • Month when summer begins in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • Dark patches that occur on the surface of the sun.
  • Impact area left behind after a meteorite strike.
  • Force that causes meteors to burn in the atmosphere.
  • Rocky mass up to several hundred kilometers wide that revolves around the sun.
  • Eighth planet from the sun. Cannot be seen without a telescope.
  • Violent explosion that can occur when a star dies.
  • Largest size classification for stars.
  • Source of most of the energy on Earth.
  • Types of energy given off by stars.
  • First planet from the sun. Covered with craters. No atmosphere.
  • Month when autumn begins in the northern hemisphere.