If something is moving, it will keep moving until something stops it. If something is not moving, it will just sit there until something comes along to move it.
The thing that makes you stick to the Earth & keeps us from floating.
It waits for rain and then the rain brings down the energy
Gravity and inertia
Through light and heat from the rays
Inertia and gravity
Light and heat
Up and down
Strong solar winds
Leftover pieces of comets or asteroids that have collided (crashed)
|My beautiful rings make me popular, I’m the 6th from the sun and I have 18 known moons. Which planet am I?|
|I am a small, icy "dwarf planet" and scientist are questioning if I am even a real planet. Which planet am I?|
Sun=Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter, Pluto, Saturn, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Earth
Sun= Earth, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter, Pluto, Saturn
Sun= Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto
Yes, they do.
No, they do not.
Yes, that is TRUE!
No, that is FALSE!
|The time that it takes for a planet to rotate once on its axis is its:|
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Pluto, Earth, Mercury, Mars
|This _________ in the earth was most likely caused by a _______ crashing into the ground.|
Day and night
The calendar year
The moon's changing size
|Why does the sun appear to rise and fall in the sky each day?|
The sun rotates
The Earth orbits the sun
The sun orbits the Earth
Earth rotates on its axis
Gas and helium
Gas and water
Gas and rock