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22 terms
Earth Science- Exploring Space
telescopes
reflecting telescope
radio telescope
refracting telescope
are tools that make distant objects look larger
a telescope in which a mirror is used to collect and focus li…
detect radio emissions from the sky
that uses a converging lens to collect light
telescopes
are tools that make distant objects look larger
reflecting telescope
a telescope in which a mirror is used to collect and focus li…
15 terms
Physical Science Exploring Space
rocket
thrust
velocity
orbital velocity
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
speed in a given direction
the velocity a rocket must achieve to establish an orbit arou…
rocket
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
thrust
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
36 terms
Earth Science: Exploring Space
Developed the first rockets
First rockets were called _____________
What is Newton's 3rd law of motion?
Chinese rockets weren't
Chinese
Flying fire
For every action or force there is an = but opposite reaction…
very good and hard to guide
Developed the first rockets
Chinese
First rockets were called _____________
Flying fire
19 terms
Earth/Space Science Space Exploration
artificial
astronaut
astronomer
astronomy
manmade
a person who flies in a rocket or space... shuttle
one who studies astronomy or makes... observations of celestial…
the science of celestial bodies and their... properties
artificial
manmade
astronaut
a person who flies in a rocket or space... shuttle
64 terms
Science 9 - Space Exploration
solstice
Equinox
Geocentric Model
Heliocentric Model
point at which the sun is farthest from the equator
the time when day and night are of equal length
The idea that Earth is at the center of the solar system... (tho…
The idea that the Sun is the center of the solar system.... (tho…
solstice
point at which the sun is farthest from the equator
Equinox
the time when day and night are of equal length
47 terms
Science exploring space
optical
electromagnetic
mechanical waves
reflecting telescope
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
Sound waves are example of ______________.
A ______________ uses mirrors to focus light from the object…
optical
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
electromagnetic
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
14 terms
Science 8: Chapter 22 - Exploring Space
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Refracting Telescope
Reflecting Telescope
Observatory
Arrangement of electromagnetic waves according to their wavel…
An optical telescope that uses a double convex lens to bend l…
An optical telescope that uses a concave mirror to focus ligh…
A building that can house an optical telescope
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Arrangement of electromagnetic waves according to their wavel…
Refracting Telescope
An optical telescope that uses a double convex lens to bend l…
18 terms
Exploring Space and Science
atom
cause and effect
chemical reaction
conservation of matter
the smallest piece of matter that has the properties of an el…
a relationship between events or things, where one is the res…
a change that rearranges the atoms of an original substances…
a theory that states atoms are not created or destroyed durin…
atom
the smallest piece of matter that has the properties of an el…
cause and effect
a relationship between events or things, where one is the res…
46 terms
space exploration - science
two types of telescopes
refractor telescope
reflector telescope
the hubble telescope
- refractor... - reflector
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
- eyepiece is located at the top of the telescope... - has a cur…
- first optical telescope in space... - when it was first sent i…
two types of telescopes
- refractor... - reflector
refractor telescope
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
15 terms
Physical Science Chapter 13 Exploring Space
rocket
thrust
velocity
orbital velocity
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
speed in a given direction
the velocity a rocket must achieve to establish an orbit arou…
rocket
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
thrust
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
40 terms
Exploring Space Science Test
What must be present in order for a ma…
This is an observable change in the fr…
This is considered the 4th state of ma…
What communication satellite's electro…
electric current
Doppler Effect
Plasma
Telstar
What must be present in order for a ma…
electric current
This is an observable change in the fr…
Doppler Effect
42 terms
Science 9 - Space Exploration
Geocentric Model
Heliocentric Model
Elliptical Orbits
Astronomical Unit
A representation of the universe in which starts and planets…
A representation of the relationship between the Sun and plan…
The oval-like path on which an object in space travels.
a unit of measurement equal to 149.6 million kilometers, the…
Geocentric Model
A representation of the universe in which starts and planets…
Heliocentric Model
A representation of the relationship between the Sun and plan…
42 terms
Science 9 - Space Exploration
Geocentric Model
Heliocentric Model
Elliptical Orbits
Astronomical Unit
A representation of the universe in which starts and planets…
A representation of the relationship between the Sun and plan…
The oval-like path on which an object in space travels.
a unit of measurement equal to 149.6 million kilometers, the…
Geocentric Model
A representation of the universe in which starts and planets…
Heliocentric Model
A representation of the relationship between the Sun and plan…
36 terms
Earth Science: Exploring Space
Developed the first rockets
First rockets were called _____________
What is Newton's 3rd law of motion?
Chinese rockets weren't
Chinese
Flying fire
For every action or force there is an = but opposite reaction…
very good and hard to guide
Developed the first rockets
Chinese
First rockets were called _____________
Flying fire
46 terms
space exploration - science
two types of telescopes
refractor telescope
reflector telescope
the hubble telescope
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
- eyepiece is located at the top of the telescope... - has a cur…
- first optical telescope in space... - when it was first sent i…
two types of telescopes
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
refractor telescope
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
32 terms
failed science space exploration
Galileo Galilei
light pollution
lightyear
space race
Improved "refractor" telescopes, making them powerful enough…
All of the lights that people turn on at night tend to interf…
a unit of distance, not time, basically how far light travels…
the U.S and Russia were each trying to be the first to do eve…
Galileo Galilei
Improved "refractor" telescopes, making them powerful enough…
light pollution
All of the lights that people turn on at night tend to interf…
18 terms
Science: Exploring Space
Mariner 2
Mariner 2 location
Ranger
Ranger location
Launched 1962
Venus
Launched 1966
Moon
Mariner 2
Launched 1962
Mariner 2 location
Venus
44 terms
Science: Exploring Space
Author of "From the Earth to the Moon?"
"From the Earth to the Moon" book was…
Father of Rocket Theory?
1900 - Tsiolkovsky had an idea that __…
Jules Verne
1865
Tsiolkovsky
rockets
Author of "From the Earth to the Moon?"
Jules Verne
"From the Earth to the Moon" book was…
1865
36 terms
Science ~ Ch. 5 Exploring Space
Sir Isaac Newton
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and…
wave
oscillation
The scientist who paved the way for our modern understanding…
The colors of the visible spectrum (spell out)
A movement of energy from one place to another
A back-and-forth motion that repeatedly follows the same path
Sir Isaac Newton
The scientist who paved the way for our modern understanding…
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and…
The colors of the visible spectrum (spell out)
19 terms
Science: Space Exploration
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Refracting Telescope
Reflecting Telescope
Observatories
Includes all forms of electromagnetic radiation; the types of…
Optical telescope that uses a double convex lens to bend ligh…
Optical telescope that uses a concave mirror to focus light a…
Building that can house an optical telescope
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Includes all forms of electromagnetic radiation; the types of…
Refracting Telescope
Optical telescope that uses a double convex lens to bend ligh…
14 terms
Exploring Space Vocabulary Science
electromagnetic spectrum
radio telescope
reflecting telescope
refracting telescope
the entire range of radiant energy of electromagnetic waves w…
a telescope that collects radio waves and some microwaves usi…
a telescope that uses a mirror to gather and focus light from…
a telescope that uses lenses to gather and focus light from d…
electromagnetic spectrum
the entire range of radiant energy of electromagnetic waves w…
radio telescope
a telescope that collects radio waves and some microwaves usi…
44 terms
space exploration - science
two types of telescopes
refractor telescope
reflector telescope
the hubble telescope
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
- eyepiece is located at the top of the telescope... - has a cur…
- first optical telescope in space... - when it was first sent i…
two types of telescopes
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
refractor telescope
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
24 terms
Science Space Exploration
Solstice
Equinox
Geocentric
Heliocentric
Either of the two times of the year when the sun is at its gr…
The two days of the year on which neither hemisphere is tilte…
A model of the universe in which Earth is at the center of th…
Based on the belief that the sun is the center of the universe
Solstice
Either of the two times of the year when the sun is at its gr…
Equinox
The two days of the year on which neither hemisphere is tilte…
Science Exploring Space Vocab
Gravity
Newton's Third Law
Vacuum
Inertia
is the force that object exerts in each other because of thei…
for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction :
that is, where there is no air, all falling objects have the…
resistance of an object to change in the speed of the directi…
Gravity
is the force that object exerts in each other because of thei…
Newton's Third Law
for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction :
47 terms
Science exploring space
optical
electromagnetic
mechanical waves
reflecting telescope
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
Sound waves are example of ______________.
A ______________ uses mirrors to focus light from the object…
optical
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
electromagnetic
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
47 terms
Science exploring space
optical
electromagnetic
mechanical waves
reflecting telescope
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
Sound waves are example of ______________.
A ______________ uses mirrors to focus light from the object…
optical
A refraction telescope is a type of __________ telescope.
electromagnetic
Radio waves and gamma rays are two types of _____________ wav…
50 terms
Science Exploring Space
Stars
electromagnetic waves
vacum
Gamma rays
The emit energy as electromagnetic waves
Gamma rays, x rays, ultra violent rays visible light, infrare…
where electromagnetic wave travel through.
Shortest electromagnetic waves
Stars
The emit energy as electromagnetic waves
electromagnetic waves
Gamma rays, x rays, ultra violent rays visible light, infrare…
28 terms
Science: Exploring Space
Radiation
Electromagnetic Waves
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Radio Waves (Longest), Microwaves, Inf…
Energy that is transmitted form one place to another by elect…
____________ carry energy through empty space and through mat…
The arrangement of electromagnetic radiation according to wav…
What is the order of the Electromagnetic Spectrum?
Radiation
Energy that is transmitted form one place to another by elect…
Electromagnetic Waves
____________ carry energy through empty space and through mat…
15 terms
Science: EXPLORING SPACE
The moon is a natural _______ of earth
The first human to set foot on the Moo…
The path of one object circling anothe…
_____________ was the program that fir…
sateilite
armstrong
orbit
Project Apollo
The moon is a natural _______ of earth
sateilite
The first human to set foot on the Moo…
armstrong
21 terms
Science Midterm Exploring Space
A vehicle designed to propel itself by…
What type of energy is emitted by stars?
Rockets that were used to launch space…
A ______________ is any small object t…
rocket
radiant
space shuttles
satellite
A vehicle designed to propel itself by…
rocket
What type of energy is emitted by stars?
radiant
13 terms
Exploring Space Notes (Science)
To study space astronomers use
Refracting Telescope
Reflecting Telescope
An instrument/device to select the wav…
Collection devices... -gathers the electromagnetic radiation
Light from an object passes through a convex lens and is bent…
Uses a curved mirror to collect and focus light and and a len…
Filters-let through only select wavelength... Spectroscope-break…
To study space astronomers use
Collection devices... -gathers the electromagnetic radiation
Refracting Telescope
Light from an object passes through a convex lens and is bent…
48 terms
science exploring space
radiation
wave length/frequency
electromagnetic spectrum
300,000 km per second
energy that is transmitted from one place to another by way o…
two ways in which electromagnetic waves differ
the arrangement of electromagnetic radiation
the speed at which all electromagnetic waves travel, aka the…
radiation
energy that is transmitted from one place to another by way o…
wave length/frequency
two ways in which electromagnetic waves differ
6 terms
Science ( Exploring Space)
Rocket
Where were rockets first made and when?
What happened to rockets in the 1200
How were the rockets used in the 1800
Is a device that expels gas in one direction to move the rock…
They where first made in China in 1100 and were just at the t…
What happened was the the Chinese started using gunpowder ins…
Well the British used rockets against against the American tr…
Rocket
Is a device that expels gas in one direction to move the rock…
Where were rockets first made and when?
They where first made in China in 1100 and were just at the t…
36 terms
Science exploring space..
What is electromagnet radiation freque…
What is a refracting telescope?
What is a reflecting telescope?
What was the problem with the Hubble S…
The number of times a wave vibrates per unit of time
A telescope with lenses
Has a mirror
It is a reflecting telescope and there was a problem with the…
What is electromagnet radiation freque…
The number of times a wave vibrates per unit of time
What is a refracting telescope?
A telescope with lenses
54 terms
science 8) Space Exploration
what are some advantages from space he…
newton's third law
First rocket
congreve rocket
1) medical- (medicine)... 2) life shere cutter... 3) football helme…
if an object exerts a force on another object, the second obj…
Chinese "flying fire"... - gun powder packed into a bamboo tube…
British: explosive/ noisy/ flashed... prob: inaccurate
what are some advantages from space he…
1) medical- (medicine)... 2) life shere cutter... 3) football helme…
newton's third law
if an object exerts a force on another object, the second obj…
44 terms
space exploration - science
two types of telescopes
refractor telescope
reflector telescope
the hubble telescope
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
- eyepiece is located at the top of the telescope... - has a cur…
- first optical telescope in space... - when it was first sent i…
two types of telescopes
- refractor... - reflector... (be able to label the parts of each)
refractor telescope
- eyepiece is located at the end of the telescope... - has a con…
67 terms
Science Test Exploring Space
Optical Telescopes
Refracting telescopes
refracting telescopes was created by w…
Galileo's discoveries
detect light
use lenses
Galileo in 1608
1. there are more stars than the naked eye can see... 2. the ban…
Optical Telescopes
detect light
Refracting telescopes
use lenses
18 terms
Earth Science - Ch. 22: Exploring Space
electromagnetic spectrum
refracting telescope
reflecting telescope
observatories
All of the frequencies or wavelengths of electromagnetic radi…
A telescope that uses convex lenses to gather and focus light
A telescope that uses a curved mirror to collect and focus li…
domed-buildings from which people could study the sky
electromagnetic spectrum
All of the frequencies or wavelengths of electromagnetic radi…
refracting telescope
A telescope that uses convex lenses to gather and focus light
23 terms
Science space exploration quiz
solid fuel
liquid fuel
one of the most powerful rocket fuels
V1 buzz bomb missile
what the oldest rockets used
what the newer rockets use (so we can turn the engine off)
two parts hydrogen to one part oxygen, which creates water wh…
developed by the Germans
solid fuel
what the oldest rockets used
liquid fuel
what the newer rockets use (so we can turn the engine off)
12 terms
Science Space Exploration
light year
galaxy
international space station
probe
how far light travels in one year (about 6 trillion miles)
lots of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity
a manned space station in low earth orbit
an unmanned spacecraft that explores space
light year
how far light travels in one year (about 6 trillion miles)
galaxy
lots of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity
19 terms
Science Test (Space Exploration)
Difference between the geocentric and…
Relative size of planets, moons, galax…
Difference between meteors, meteoroids…
Know what parallax and triangulation a…
GEOCENTRIC: earth centred, old (when everyone believed earth…
galaxies, constellations, nebula, star, planet, moon
Meteor= enters earth's atmosphere but hasn't landed on the su…
Parallax= determines positions of objects in space and requir…
Difference between the geocentric and…
GEOCENTRIC: earth centred, old (when everyone believed earth…
Relative size of planets, moons, galax…
galaxies, constellations, nebula, star, planet, moon
12 terms
Science - Space Exploration
What are solid fuled Rockets?
What is a Liquid fuled Rocket? Name so…
Name two artificial satellites, what a…
How are Artificial Satellites orbiting…
Invented by the Chinese, primarily as fireworks.... Difficult to…
Pressurized Oxygen mixed with a hydrocarbon fuel.... Notable Roc…
Sputnick 1 (Soviet Union) and Explorer 1 (American) - Used fo…
A inertia and Earths gravity counteracting against one another.
What are solid fuled Rockets?
Invented by the Chinese, primarily as fireworks.... Difficult to…
What is a Liquid fuled Rocket? Name so…
Pressurized Oxygen mixed with a hydrocarbon fuel.... Notable Roc…
39 terms
science 9 space exploration
Solstice
Equinox
Astronomical Unit (AU)
Light Year
Either of the two times in the year, the summer solstice and…
Either of two times of the year when the sun crosses the plan…
A unit of length used for distances within the solar system
Distance light travels in one year
Solstice
Either of the two times in the year, the summer solstice and…
Equinox
Either of two times of the year when the sun crosses the plan…
45 terms
Science- Space Exploration
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Speed of light
Optical telescopes
Refracting Telescope
Radio waves, micro waves, infrared, visible light, ultraviole…
300000 kmps, or 186000 mps
Refracting/Reflecting telescopes
Uses a convex lens to magnify the image
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Radio waves, micro waves, infrared, visible light, ultraviole…
Speed of light
300000 kmps, or 186000 mps
Space Exploration Science
A large artificial satellite on which…
The space shuttle
a shuttle's payload bay can be used to…
The main source of power for the Inter…
space station
can be used many times to carry astronauts into orbit
carry satellites into orbit
solar panels
A large artificial satellite on which…
space station
The space shuttle
can be used many times to carry astronauts into orbit
20 terms
science//manned space exploration
Astrobiology
Atmosphere
Exosphere
Thermosphere
The study of the origin, development, distribution, and futur…
The mixture of gasses that surround the earth
Hottest layer; outer space
ISS/satellites; as altitude increases the temperature increases
Astrobiology
The study of the origin, development, distribution, and futur…
Atmosphere
The mixture of gasses that surround the earth
29 terms
Science -- Space Exploration
Chinese
Robert Goddard... the beginning of rocket…
the V-2
Wernher Von Braun
1,000 years ago, who invented rockets that had gunpowder and…
Who launched the first liquid fueled rocket and what did it s…
in 1942, what was a long-range rocket used as a weapon during…
In 1955, what team worked together to develop rockets for spa…
Chinese
1,000 years ago, who invented rockets that had gunpowder and…
Robert Goddard... the beginning of rocket…
Who launched the first liquid fueled rocket and what did it s…
15 terms
Physical Science Chapter 13 Exploring Space
rocket
thrust
velocity
orbital velocity
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
speed in a given direction
the velocity a rocket must achieve to establish an orbit arou…
rocket
a device that expels gas in one direction to move in the oppo…
thrust
the reaction force that propels a rocket forward
21 terms
Science - Space Exploration
What is space exploration?
What was the name of the first satelli…
What is lunar exploration?
What is the difference between a "crew…
The ongoing discovery and exploration of celestial structures…
Sputnik 1
Exploration of the moon
A crewed mission is a manned mission. An uncrewed mission is…
What is space exploration?
The ongoing discovery and exploration of celestial structures…
What was the name of the first satelli…
Sputnik 1
12 terms
Exploring Space
work
everywhere
live
world
effort to get something done
in all places
to have life
the earth
work
effort to get something done
everywhere
in all places
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