a chunk of solid matter that falls from space
a piece of land that juts out into water but remains connected to land.
a bowl shaped hole in the earth.
a destructive event.
a type of rock.
a very large cave.
a sunken place in the earth.
a person who studies remains of objects from the past, such as tools and pottery.
relating to water.
hardened remains of plants or animals from long ago.
a shaking movement. muscle twitch
the gases and air that surround our planet or other heavenly bodies.
a sudden outburst or explosion.
to make impure or harmful to living things.
a deep gully caused by running water.
a natural or artificial place for storing water; a large supply.
the study of weather.
a channel of water that connects two larger bodies of water. distress, difficulty; trouble.
relating to stars. outstanding
relating to the moon.
a large chunk of rock orbiting the sun or a planet.
a pipe for carrying water.
the study of the earth and its physical features, such as continents, water, climate, and resources.
a hole or hollow area. an area of decay in a tooth.
to dig out; or to uncover.
a pale blue-green color. a pale blue-green gemstone.
a scientist who studies the structure of the earth.
the study of stars and planets.
a person who is trained to serve on a spacecraft.
a container of water for fish, animals, or plants.