the study of all physical objects beyond Earth.
a system for organizing time. most calendars organize time within a single unit called a year.
is the time required for the Earth to revolute the sun once.
roughly the amount of time required for the Moon to orbit/revolute the Earth once.
the time required for the Earth to rotate once on its axis.
a year in which an extra day is added to the calendar
a section of the sky that contains a recognizable star pattern
in astronomy, the angle between an object in the sky and the horizon
an imaginary point in the sky direction above an observer on Earth
the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet
a unit of length equal to the distance that light travels through space in 1 year.
Is composed of the sun (a star) and the planets and other bodies that travel around thee sun.
dust and gas clumb together in huge intersellar clouds are so big that light takes many years to cross them.
the name of the nebula that formed into our solar system.
when bits of dust within the solar nebula stuck together when the collided, forming the tiny building blocks of the planets.
The spinning motion of a body on it's axis
The elliptical path a body takes as it travels around another body In space