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Scientific Method:

Step 1
state the problem
Scientific Method:

Step 2
research
Scientific Method:

Step 3
hypothesis
Scientific Method:

Step 4
procedures
Scientific Method:

Step 5
observations
Scientific Method:

Step 6
Conclusion
Scientific Method:

Step 7
Repeat the work
written as a question
Problem
info. on the problem
research
Written in "If I test... then I think format
Hypothesis
Procedures are further divided into _______, and ________
Materials and Variables
Supplies needed for the experiment
Materials
Variables are further divided into _________, and ________
Control Variables and Manipulated Variables
Things that are the same during the experiment
Control Variables
Things that are purposely different in the experiment
Manipulated Variables
Written in a chart or graph
Observations
Written in complete scentences, and includes data from the experiment
Conclusion
the part of the experiment that can be published or announced
Conclusion
first to use the telescope
Gallileo
proved why the planets orbit the sun, by discovering the element of gravity
Newton
Came up with the heliocentric theory, the theory that the Earth and the other planets revolve around the sun
Copernicus
he discovered orbits and proved the sun was at the center of the solar system; Brahe's assistant
Kepler
Used the mural quadrant, Believed the planets(except Earth) revolved around the sun, and the sun and moon revolve around the Earth
Brahe
Name all the Gas Giants
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Name all the inner planets
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
What is another name for the inner planets
Terrestrial
the turning of an object on it's axis
rotation
the orbit of one cbject around another
revolution
a thin red reigon bellow the corona which is to faint to see unless a total solar eclipse
chromosphere
where the gasses get thick enough to see; what we know as the surface of the sun
photosphere
List the planets in order from the sun
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Where is the sun's energy produced?
core
Which planet has the hottest surface temp.?
Venus
Which planet has simmilar size and density
Venus
Which planet is the largest?
Jupiter
What planet spins on it's side?
Uranus
Which planet has the most moons?
Saturn
Which planet has the Great Red Spot?
Jupiter
What is the asteroid belt?
A belt of asteroids between Mars and Jupiter
What are planetesimals?
Tiny building blocks of planets
1st layer (from the center) of the sun
core
2nd layer(from the center) of the sun
radiative zone
3rd layer (from the center) of the sun
convective zone
4th Layer (from the center) of the sun
photosphere
5th layer ( from the center) of the sun
choromoshere
6th layer (from the center) of the sun
corona