Puzzles and worksheets similar to Inner and Outer Planets Word Search

The Solar System Crossword

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Crossword
Description

These members of the solar system are sometimes referred to as "Dirty Snowballs"
These members are to small to be considered planets and aren't spherical, although they orbit the sun and there could be tens of thousands of these objects.
A small, rocky object that heats up when entering Earth's atmosphere.
Objects that orbit the sun at a farther distance than Neptune.
A cloud of dust and gas
A flattened cloud now shaped into a shaping disc surrounded by cosmic dust and gas
Irregularly shaped objects that are formed through the process called Accretion.
The name of the four planets that are closet to the sun.
This planet is the closet to the sun
This planet has only one moon, and takes 365 days 6 hours 16 mins to orbit the Sun
The name given to the four outer planets that are large and gaseous.
Celestial objects that do not belong into the category of planet or moon.
The most famous Dwarf Planet, discovered in 1930 as the ninth planet of our solar system.
Sixth planet from the sun, known for its beautiful rings.
Fourth planet from the sun, surface has huge volcanoes, and deep canyons. Known as "The red planet".

Space Beth and Alice Word Search

Space Beth and Alice Word Search
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Word Search
Description

summer solstice
winter solstice
eclipse
Mercury
Neptune
Jupiter
gravity
Uranus
Saturn
Planet
Venus
Earth
solar
Space
Mars
Moon
Sun

Space Word Search

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Word Search
Description

neil armstrong
asteroid belt
moon landing
solar system
black holes
exploration
atmosphere
apollo 11
astronaut
milky way
universe
jupiter
mercury
neptune
aliens
galaxy
saturn
uranus
earth
pluto
stars
venus
mars

Space Revision Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Clumps of metal and rock. Mainly found in the asteroid belt, located between Mars and Jupiter
Objects consisting of rock, dust and ice that travel in the universe at high speeds. When they approach the sun they vaporise and produce a trail.
An astronomical unit of distance. One ly is equal to the distance that light travels through space in a single year.
The galaxy in which our solar system is located
A body that has a sufficiently large mass and that orbits a star. Our solar system contains 8 of these, all of which orbit the sun.
A star formed from a cloud of dust and gas being pulled together by gravitational attraction. Fusion reactions occur here.
A large system of billions of galaxies
A system containing billions of stars
Planets that have a gaseous composition, often involving hydrogen and helium. These are Neptune, Jupiter, Uranus and Saturn in our solar system
Planets that have a solid composition, often composed of metals or rocks. These are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars in our solar system.

Space Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The planet with visible rings
The furthest planet from the Sun
The most mysterious thing in space
The first man to step on the moon
Galileo improved this
This gives Neptune it's blue colour
The hottest planet
Another word for the Sun
It takes 28 day to go round the earth
Our galaxy name

The Solar System Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Galileo Galilei
Christina Koch
The Milky Way
Solar System
Blackhole
The Moon
The Sun
Mercury
Jupiter
Neptune
Meteor
Nebula
Uranus
Saturn
Stars
Venus
Earth
Mars

Sonnestelsel Word Search

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Word Search
Description

asteroiedgordel
hemelliggame
skrikkeljaar
Sonnestelsel
omwenteling
rotsagtige
wentelbaan
oppervlak
Mercurius
gasreuse
Saturnus
Neptunus
grootte
warmste
koudste
jupiter
vlaktes
kraters
planete
rotasie
ruimte
venus
Aarde
ster
maan
gas

Inner and Outer Planets Word Search

Inner and Outer Planets Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

terrestrial planets
greenhouse effect
Great Red Spot
Gas giants
atmosphere
Callisto
Ganymede
Galileo
gravity
Mercury
Neptune
Jupiter
Uranus
Europa
Saturn
Rings
Venus
Earth
rock
Mars
ice

The Solar System Word Search

The Solar System Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Celestial Object
Space Station
Asteroid Belt
Dwarf Planet
Terrestrial
Kuiper Belt
Ice Giant
Gas Giant
Satellite
Ganymede
Asteroid
Gravity
Neptune
Mercury
Jupiter
Meteor
Planet
Huamea
Uranus
Saturn
Rings
Titan
Orbit
Comet
Pluto
Ceres
Venus
Earth
Star
Moon
Mars
Sun
Io

Solar System Word Search

Solar System Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

outer space
milky way
universe
rotation
hydrogen
planets
neptune
jupiter
mercury
galaxy
helium
uranus
saturn
stars
orbit
moons
rings
rocky
dwarf
pluto
earth
venus
axis
mars
sun
gas