Why does Earth have seasons?
Earth has seasons because its axis is titled as it revolves around the sun.
The phase of the moon you see depends on...
The phrase of the moon you se depends on how much of the sunlit side of the moonfaces the Earth.
From a new moon phase to a full moon phase you see...
Its changes by the way it moves.
Describe or draw the position of the Sun, Moon, and Earth during a solar eclipse.
The positn of the solar eclipse are the sun then the moon then the Earth.
Describe or draw the position of the Sun, Moon, and Earth during a lunar eclipse.
The positn of the lunar eclipse are the sun then the Earth then the moon.
What is the only moon phase that occurs during a lunar eclipse?
They only occur when theres FULL MOON.
What causes tides to happen on Earth?
Tides are caused mainly by diffrances in how much the moons gravity pulls on the parts of the Earth.
Why do we always see the same side of the moon?
The diffrance is the gravitythat pulls parts of the Earth.
Know all of the moon's phases.
Look on the diagram.
What kind of eclipse are you more likely to see?
You are most likely to see a lunar because thr Earth is bigger.
When do neap tides occur?
They occur twice a month.
What are moon phases?
The diffrent parts of the moon you see from Earth.
What is the difference between the penumbra and the umbra? Which one would you likely see a total solar eclipse?
The umbra is cone shape and the penumbra a showdow that covers the darkests parts.You will likely see a umbra in a solsr eclipse.
What is a light-year?
A light year is the distance that light travles in one year.
What is parallax? How do astronomers use parallax?
Parallax is the appart change in possiton of an objectwhen youlook from a diffrent place. They use this to figure out the distance of stars.
Describe the orbital shape of most comets? What does it look like?
They are very big and nerrow ellips . It looks like a big dounut.
Where is the asteroid belt?
It lies between Mars and Jupiter.
Where do meteoroids come from?
They come from comets and astroiseds.
What is the difference between a meteor, meteoroid, and a meteorite?
A meteor is a strick of light in the sky.
A meteororid is a dust or chunk of rock in space. A metorite is a chunk of rock thats hit the Earth.
What is the difference between a spring tide and a neap tide?
Spring tide-dimanded forces produce a tide with greatest dirrfances bettwen consecutive low and high tides.Neap Tides-A tide with least diffrance between consecvtivelow and high tides.