Unit 2 Week 11 of Earth science for the Logic stage. This is a short quiz. When you are finished this, review all your material and go take the unit test that is on the unit 2 page.
Chunks of ice made up of dust and water
Chuncks of metallic stony matter
Luminous balls of plasma
Pieces of stars
Large rock-like chunks with some metals that orbit the sun
Ice made from frozen gases, water, and dust
Fire and ice
An area between the orbits of Mars amd Jupiter where most asteroids are found
A belt of rocks across a planet
A belt of rocks crossing the sun
The head, body, and tail
The nucleus, coma, and tail
The nucleus, protons, and electrons
The head of the comet
The disk of matter that formed the planets.
The disk of matter that formed the Sun
The tail flows away from the sun, and does not necessarily point the direction the comet is moving.
The tail flows towards the sun, and points the direction the comet in which the comet is moving.
Frozen dust particles
The size of Texas
Size of dust particles
The size of a baseball
Meteors are can be dust grains, little chunks of metal, bits of rocks, sand, or even chunks of ice.
They are alien space ships that crash into earth
They are parts off of the space station
Meteorites range from the size of a small pebble to a large bolder. Most common meteorites are only a couple inches wide.
They are the size of baseballs, not any bigger or smaller
They are as big as cars
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