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Other Space Stuff

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Audrey Ritter

on 29 April 2015

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Other Space Stuff

Comets
WHAT??
A small rocky and icy object.

WHERE??
In space, traveling around the sun. They have an orbit similar to the planets.

OTHER FACTS:
The place where the comet gets the closest to the sun it its orbit is called the "perihelion."
Galaxy (page 92)
WHAT???
The galaxy is a very big collection of stars.

OTHER FACTS:

1. The galaxy we are in is called the Milky Way.

2. Galaxies have different colors, sizes, and shapes.

Information Source: World Book - G

Asteroids
What?? Asteroids are rocky or metal objects.

Size?? Smaller than Earth.

Where?? In the asteroid belt, between Mars and Jupiter.

Interesting Fact: We have a lot of asteroids in the Solar System.
Asteroid Belt
WHAT?? An asteroid belt is the region of the Solar System that has many asteroids.

WHERE?? It's between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

INFORMATION SOURCE:
Student Science Book, Book 3, Page 88
Constellation
WHAT?? A group of stars that looks like a picture.

One Example of a constellation:
The constellation Sagittarius is at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

Ancient people used the constellations to help them plan for the future.

Information Source:
1. Student Book 3, page 90
2. Encyclopedia, page 6
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