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Title: Welcome to Earth and Moon Jeopardy!

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Welcome to Earth and Moon Jeopardy!
Im your happenin host Sal the Scientist!
Today we will be reviewing the Earth and Moons
place in the solar system, and how seasons occur.
Its out of this world!
Instructions
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Choose from one of five categories. Then choose
a point value. The larger the value, the more
difficult the question. Choose from one of four
answers. When you are finished with each
question, click the home button to go back to the
game board. If you are playing as a team, the
team with the most points wins! Have fun, and
remember, SCIENCE RULES!
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Earth and Moon Jeopardy Review
The Sun
Comets, Meteors, and Asteroids
Inner Planets
Outer Planets
Other stuff
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The reason why all objects in our solar system
orbit the sun
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What is the Suns mass and gravity!! The suns
mass takes up 99.8 of the total mass of the
solar system. Thats .2 left for all of the
planets, moons, Asteroids, comets, dust, and gas.
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The correct answer is the Earths rotation On its
own axis!
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This is what creates energy in the c
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What is 365.25 days?
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The sun is composed of these 2 elements.
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What is hydrogen and helium.
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The only object that produces light in our solar
system.
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What is the sun?
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The 2 forces that keep the sun from imploding or
exploding.
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What is pressure and gravity?
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This is the reason for the Earths seasons.
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The phase when the moon is behind the Earth.
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What is the tilted axis?
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What is summer?
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The season in the northern hemisphere when the
axis is tilted away from the sun
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What is Winter?
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This event occurs twice a year when neither end
of the Earths axis is tilted towards the sun.
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What is an equinox?
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What is Mercury?
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What is summer solstice? (June 21st)
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What all the inner planets have in common
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Small, Rocky, and few moons.
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The inner planet that rotates backwards and is
the hottest.
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The planet with the largest temperature
difference due to no atmosphere
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The inner planet that once had liquid water.
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The moon phase when the moon is between the Earth
and the Sun.
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What is a new moon?
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The only planet with liquid water
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What is Earth?
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What is Venus?
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What is the full moon.
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What is Mars?
Valles Marineris is 10 times longer, five times
deeper and 20 times wider than Earth's Grand
Canyon.
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The largest gas giant with the most moons.
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3 things the gas giants have in common.
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What is large, made of gas, lots of moons and
many rings!
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When the moon passes between Earth and the sun,
blocking the sunlight from reaching Earth, this
occurs.
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What is the Kuiper belt or oort cloud?
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During a full moon when Earth is directly between
the moon and the sun, this occurs.
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What is a lunar eclipse
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What is Jupiter?
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What is between Mars and Jupiter?
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The gas giant that orbits on its side.
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How the sun produces energy.
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What is Nuclear fusion?
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The planet with the most spectacular rings and is
less dense than water.
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What is Saturn?
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The name of a meteoroid as it produces a streak
of light in the earths atmosphere.
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What is a meteor?
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The 2 forces that keep all the planets orbiting
the Sun.
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What is gravity and inertia?
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Where a comet comes from.
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The forces are equal and opposite, but the
objects the forces are being placed on are not.
They have differing amounts of mass, and
therefore different amounts of inertia. The one
with the least inertia moves the most.
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What is Uranus?
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What is the difference between a waxing and a
waning moon?

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A waxing moons phases are growing in size,
while a waning moon are the phases between full
moon and new moon.
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The name of a small rock that hits the earth