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Approximately how many high tides are there per day on Earth?
Approximately how many high tides are there per day on Earth?
2
What is neap tide?
What is neap tide?
The tide with the smallest tidal range (least difference between high and low tides)
Spring tides occur during which moon phases?
Spring tides occur during which moon phases?
new and full moon
How many times a month does spring tide occur?
How many times a month does spring tide occur?
2
Explain the difference between neap and spring tide.
Explain the difference between neap and spring tide.
neap-least difference spring- greatest difference neap -first and third quarter gravit y is pulling at right anges to create the least difference in tidal changes on Earth
How many moon phases are there?
How many moon phases are there?
8
During what phase does a solar eclipse occur? (Hint: When is the moon positioned so that it can get in the way of the sunlight?)
During what phase does a solar eclipse occur? (Hint: When is the moon positioned so that it can get in the way of the sunlight?)
new moon
Define waxing.
Define waxing.
When the light of the moon increases from new to full moon phases.
Using the picture, list the 8 phases of the moon starting at new moon.
Using the picture, list the 8 phases of the moon starting at new moon.
new, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full, waning gibbous, 3rd quarter, waning crescent
On the white board, draw 8 phases of the moon and label them. Put the sun shining FROM THE RIGHT.
On the white board, draw 8 phases of the moon and label them. Put the sun shining FROM THE RIGHT.
white board drawing to be checked by teacher
What is the tilt angle of the earth?
What is the tilt angle of the earth?
23.5 degrees
What causes seasons?
What causes seasons?
The tilt of the Earth as it revolves around the Sun
What is the difference between earth's rotation and revolution?
What is the difference between earth's rotation and revolution?
The earth rotates every 24 hours to give night and day but revolves around the sun in 3651/4 days.
In what seasons would the equinox fall and where would the noon sun be overhead?
In what seasons would the equinox fall and where would the noon sun be overhead?
spring and fall- equator
Name the season in which the Northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun AND where would you see the noon sun overhead?
Name the season in which the Northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun AND where would you see the noon sun overhead?
Summer, Tropic of Cancer
What is the name of the first day of spring?
What is the name of the first day of spring?
vernal equinox
Where is the north pole always pointing?
Where is the north pole always pointing?
The North Star
When does the antarctic get the least amount of sunshine?
When does the antarctic get the least amount of sunshine?
summer soltice
During what phase of the moon would a lunar eclipse occur at? (Hint: When is the moon positioned so that the shadow of the Earth can fall across it?)
During what phase of the moon would a lunar eclipse occur at? (Hint: When is the moon positioned so that the shadow of the Earth can fall across it?)
Full moon
During the December Solstice, what part of Earth gets the most sunshine and where would the noon sun be directly overhead?
During the December Solstice, what part of Earth gets the most sunshine and where would the noon sun be directly overhead?
southern hemisphere, Tropic of Capricorn
Why do we only see one side of the Moon from Earth?
Why do we only see one side of the Moon from Earth?
The Earth's gravity is so strong it keeps it facing us
Why does the Moon have phases?
Why does the Moon have phases?
Because of the Moon's rotation around the Earth and because it is lit on only one side
What Moon Phase is this?
What Moon Phase is this?
Waxing Gibbous
What Moon Phase follows this one?
What Moon Phase follows this one?
Waning Crescent
What tide is being experienced during this Moon Phase?
What tide is being experienced during this Moon Phase?
Spring Tide
What is the name of the first man who walked on the Moon?
What is the name of the first man who walked on the Moon?
Neil Armstrong

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