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Planets
Atomic
Structure
Stars
Expanding
Universe
Miscellaneous
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What is at the center of
the solar system in a
heliocentric system.
The first person to use a
telescope to look at the sky.
Kepler discovered that the
planets orbit the sun in
this shape.
Galileo observed that from
Earth this planet went
through similar phases as
the moon.
The Goldilocks Conditions
The name of the
subatomic particle with a
negative charge.
The subatomic particle
seen here.
What the atomic number
tells you about an element.
What happens when the
number of protons in an
atom changes.
The number of neutrons
that are in the element
shown below.
24
Cr
Chromium
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The amount of light a star
gives off.
The stage of the star life
cycle that our sun is in.
A diagram that shows the
relationship between the
surface temperatures of
stars and their absolute
brightness.
How all stars begin.
The nuclear reaction that
is occurring at the sun’s
core and the elements
involved.
What a red shift can tell us
about the motion of an
object.
The shift of wavelengths of
energy emitted by an energy
source moving away from or
toward an observer.
Estimated time when the
big bang occurred.
Radiation left over from
the Big Bang.
Two evidences that
support the Big Bang
Theory.
The color of visible light that
has the shortest
wavelengths.
An emission spectrum
consisting of bright lines
against a dark background.
A complete range of
wavelengths from
radiation.
An instrument that is used to
observe the spectrum of light
emitted from an object.
Five characteristics used
to classify stars.