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Rotation And Revolution Gilad and Anthony
Transcript of Rotation And Revolution Gilad and Anthony
its axis in 24 hours, locations
move through the light and
darkness in that time. While the space craft is falling back into the Earth's atmosphere the thrust is causing the space craft to remain at a stationary altitude in relation to the Earth but not to objects beyond Earth, because the Earth is round. Before we start this, we want you to know we put a lot of effort into this - so please enjoy. Gilad and Anthony
Rotation is when a planet or moon turns all the way around or spins on its axis one time. The axis of rotation is an imaginary line going from the north pole to the south pole. When a planet or moon travels once around an object this is considered a revolution. Earth By Gilad and Anthony Rotation in night fall. When a location is in darkness, it is night there. And when the location is in the middle of the unlit side, it is midnight. photo 1 OUR PHOTO CONICHOWA (chinese) hi THE END!!! Applause (CLAP) More about rotation On Earth, a rotation is pretty short - it happens once a day! It is the rotation that makes the sun appear to come up in the morning and set at night. On Earth, a revolution is quite a bit longer - one year Well that was our prezi hope you enjoyed it thank you for listing and watching guys Gilad and Anthony. gilad Anthony In physics, an orbit is the gravitationally curved path of an object around a point in space. An example is the orbit of a planet around the center of a star system, such as our Solar System. Orbits of planets are typically elliptical