Geology on Mars
Terms in this set (17)
The mixture of gases surrounding a planet.
All the living things on a planet.
A long, narrow groove that forms where water, lava, or other liquid flows.
A proposed answer to a question about the natural world.
To notice how two or more things are alike or different.
Information about the natural world that is used to support or go against (refute) a claim.
An event or series of events that causes changes in the Geosphere, such as flowing water or flowing lava.
The solid part of a rocky planet.
Having the conditions necessary to support life.
All the liquid water and solid water (ice) on a planet.
A feature that forms on the surface of a planet, such as a mountain, channel, or sand dune.
An object, diagram, or computer program that helps us understand something by making it simpler or easier to see.
A scientist who studies the geospheres of planets in our solar system.
The process of making clear how your evidence supports your claim.
Any planet with a solid surface, such as Earth or Mars.
A claim supported by evidence.
A set of interacting parts forming a complex whole.