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by Michael Anderson


The Sun is an ordinary star, a ball of hot gas much like millions of others in the universe, but as the center of the solar system, it is critical to the survival of all life forms on Earth

The Sun is an ordinary star, a ball of hot gas much like millions of others in the universe, but as the center of the solar system, it is critical to the survival of all life forms on Earth. Series: The Solar System.

series The Solar System. The Science of Physics. The Sun is an ordinary star, a ball of hot gas much like millions of others in the universe, but as the center of the solar system, it is critical to the survival of all life forms on Earth. Britannica Educational Publishing.

Britannica Educational Publishing. The Sun lies at the center of the solar system. It contains more than 99 percent of the system’s mass

Britannica Educational Publishing. Luebering: Director, Core Reference Group, Encyclopædia Britannica. Although the Sun is a rather ordinary star, it is very important to the inhabitants of Earth. The Sun is the source of virtually all Earth’s energy. It contains more than 99 percent of the system’s mass. The immense pull of its gravity holds the planets, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets, and other bodies in orbit around it.

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Solar system, assemblage consisting of the Sun-an average star in the Milky Way Galaxy-and those bodies .

Solar system, assemblage consisting of the Sun-an average star in the Milky Way Galaxy-and those bodies orbiting around it: 8 (formerly 9) planets with about 170 known planetary satellites (moons); countless asteroids, some with their own satellites; comets and other icy bodies; and vast reaches of highly tenuous gas and dust known as the interplanetary medium. Any natural solar system object other than the Sun, a planet, a dwarf planet, or a moon is called a small body; these include asteroids, meteoroids, and comets.

Cycles of the Sun and Moon. The Origin of Modern Astronomy. Dana now teaches introductory Solar System astronomy at Santa Clara University and introductory astronomy, astrobiology, and cosmology courses in Stanford University's Continuing Studies Program.

This book contains many pictures that student's can reference to while they are reading. I choose to pair Mousetronaut Goes to Mars as my non-fiction twin text. Mousetronaut Goes to Mars is a story about Meteor (a mouse) that sneaks onto a spaceship that is headed for Mars. The book details the preparations required to travel to space

Most avid sky gazers wait until nightfall to catch a glimpse of the stars that are scattered across the heavens. The fact of the matter is that one needs only to feel the Suns rays in order to experience the presence of a star. The Sun is an ordinary star, a ball of hot gas much like millions of others in the universe, but as the center of the solar system, it is critical to the survival of all life forms on Earth. This comprehensive volume examines the nature of the Sun and details the properties and types of various stars, as well as the greater galaxies of which they are a part.

The Sun, Stars, and Galaxies (Solar System (Britannica Educational Publishing)) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1615305193

ISBN: 161530519X

Author: Michael Anderson

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Education & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: Rosen Education Service; 1 edition (August 15, 2011)

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