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 Centinmeter in a kilometer 100,000 Scientific notation is used because it makes it easy to write big or small numbers 2.9x10^7 is the same as 29 million if light takes 8 minutes to reach earth from the sun and 5 hours to reach pluto what is the distance from the sun to pluto 37.5au earth has a radius of about 6400km the sun has a radious pf about 7.0x10^5 km, and a rubber ball has a radius of 6.4 cm if u were to construct a scale model of the solar system using the rubber ball to represent the earth what is the radius of a ball needed to represent the sun in your model 700cm constellation names are latin an observer in the N.hemisphere watches the sky for several hours. Due to the motion of hte earth this observer notices that the stars near the north celetial pole appear to move counter clockwise you live in a latitude of 73degrees n. what is the angle between the n.horizon and the n.celetial pole 73 degrees relative to the stars the sun appears to move about one degreee astward each day the sun on the celetail equator at the times of the auntumnal equinox and the vernal equinox the point in the earths orbit when earth is farthest from thesun is known as aphelion spring tides occur at new moon and full the synodic period of the moon none of the above a dine is 1.8 cm in diameter. at what distance from your eye would you have to hold a dime so that it has the same angular diameter as the full moon 2m which of the following people did not accept a heliocentric model for the universe tycho