Type
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astronomer
space ship
johann titius
asteriods
hygiea
pallas
vesta
ceres
planetoids
Mars
Jupiter
space
Asteroid Belt

Roman Gods Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Vulcan
Vesta
Venus
Uranus
Saturn
Proserpina
Pluto
Neptune
Minerva
Mercury
Mars
Jupiter
Juno
Janus
Fortuna
Diana
Cupid
Ceres
Bacchus
Apollo

The Solar System Word Search

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Word Search
Description

asteroid
astmoshphere
astronomer
aurora borealis
black hole
comet
earth
eclipse
galaxy
gravity
jupiter
luminosity
lunar
mars
mercury
moon
neptune
orbiting
satellite
saturn
solar system
universe
uranus
venus
waning
waxing
zodiac

Astronomy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Venus
Uranus
Universe
Sun
Star
Solar System
Saturn
Pluto
Planet
Neptune
Moon
Milky Way
Meteorite
Meteor
Mercury
Mars
Jupiter
Galaxy
Earth
Dwarf planet
Comet
Astronaut
Asteroid Belt
Asteroid

Solar system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the envelope of gases surrounding the earth or another planet. Atmosphere
a large planet of relatively low density consisting predominantly of hydrogen and helium, such as Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, or Neptune. Gas Giant
the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass. Gravity
a planet whose orbit lies within the asteroid belt, i.e., Mercury, Venus, Earth, or Mars. Inner planet
the curved path of a celestial object or spacecraft around a star, planet, or moon, especially a periodic elliptical revolution. Orbit
a planet whose orbit lies outside the asteroid belt, i.e., Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, or Neptune. outer planet
a celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star. Planets
planet is a planet that is composed primarily of silicate rocks or metals. Rocky Planets
the collection of eight planets and their moons in orbit around the sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of asteroids, meteoroids, and comets. Solar System
the time taken by a planet to make one revolution around the sun. year
is a dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond Neptune. Pluto
The Great Red Spot is a giant, spinning storm in Jupiter's atmosphere. Great Red Spot
a celestial object consisting of a nucleus of ice and dust and, when near the sun, a “tail” of gas and dust particles pointing away from the sun Comet
noun: meteor; plural noun: meteors a small body of matter from outer space that enters the earth's atmosphere, becoming incandescent as a result of friction and appearing as a streak of light Meteor
a small rocky body orbiting the sun. Asteroid
a small body moving in the solar system that would become a meteor if it entered the earth's atmosphere. Meteroid
a celestial body resembling a small planet but lacking certain technical criteria that are required for it to be classed as such. Dwarf Planet

SOLAR SYSTEM Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ARIEL
ASTEROID
CALLISTO
CERES
CHARON
COMETS
DIONE
EARTH
EUROPA
GANYMEDE
IAPETUS
IO
JUPITER
MARS
MERCURY
MOON
NEPTUNE
OBERON
PLANET
PLUTO
RHEA
RINGS
SATURN
STAR
SUN
TETHYS
TITAN
TITANIA
TRITON
UMBRIEL
URANUS
VENUS
VESTA

Planet crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What planet is closest to the sun? Mercury
Which planet is farthest from the sun? Neptune
What planet is known as the "red planet"? Mars
What planet has rings? Saturn
What planet comes right after the asteroid belt? Jupiter
What kind of planet is Pluto? Dwarf
Name of plutos twin. Eris
What planet do we live on? Earth
What dwarf planet is in the asteroid belt? Ceres
How many planets are there? Nine
How many dwarf planets are there? Four
How many moons does Mars have? Two
How many moons does Jupiter have? Sixty-seven
How many moons does Saturn have? Sixty-two
How many moons does Uranus have? Twenty-seven
How many moons does earth have? One
True or false Neptune has an atmosphere True
Earth is made primarily of Water
Which way does earth rotate Left
which planet is the hottest Venus

Roman Gods and Goddesses Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

king of gods Jupiter
Queen of gods Juno
God of sea Neptune
God of death Pluto
God of the sun Apollo
Goddess of the moon Diana
God of war Mars
Goddess of love Venus
God of love Cupid
Messenger god Mercury
Goddess of wisdom Minerva
The earth goddess Ceres
Goddess of the underworld Proserpine
The smith god Vulcan
God of wine Bacchus
God of time Saturn
Goddess of the home Vesta
God of doors Janus
Father of Saturn Uranus
Mother of Saturn Gaia
Goddess of growth Maia
Goddess of flowers Flora
God of wealth Plutus
Dog of the underworld Cerberus
Medusa is an example of Gorgon

Roman Gods (20) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Saturn
Venus
Vesta
Vulcan
Neptune
Pluto
Minerva
Mercury
Mars
Jupiter
Janus
Juno
Flora
Fortuna
Diana
Fauna
Cupid
Ceres
Bacchus
Apollo

Roman Mythology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

King of the Gods Jupiter
God of the Sea Neptune
Queen of the Gods; Goddess of Marriage and Women Juno
God of War Mars
Goddess of Love Venus
God of Poetry, Music, and the Sun Apollo
God of Wine Bacchus
Goddess of Agriculture and Fertility Ceres
Goddess of Hunting Diana
God of War Mars
Messenger of the Gods and of Commerce and Finance Mercury
Goddess of Wisdom, the City, Education, Science and War Minerva
God of The Underworld Pluto
God of Harvest and Agriculture Saturn
Goddess of the Hearth and the Roman state Vesta
God of Fire, the Forge and Blacksmiths Vulcan
Symbol of Jupiter Thunderbolt
Symbol of Juno Peacock
Symbol of Neptune Trident
Symbol of Pluto Pomergranate
Symbol of Minerva Owl
Symbol of Apollo Lyre
Symbol of Venus Dove
God of love; son of Aphrodite Eros
Goddess of Earth Gaea
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors Hercules
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors Persephone

The Solar System (Chapter 15) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

term describing a model of the universe in which Earth is at the center of the revolving planets and stars geocentric
term describing a model of the solar system in which Earth and the other planets revolve around the sun heleocentric
an oval shape, which may be elongated or nearly circular; the shape of the planets' orbits ellipse
the system consisting of the sun and the planets and other objects that revolve around it solar system
a unit of distance equal to the average distance between Earth and the Sun astronomical unit
an object that orbits a star, is large enough to have become rounded by its own gravity, and has cleared the area of its orbit planet
an object that orbits the sun and is spherical, but has not cleared the area of its orbit dwarf planet
one of the small asteroid-like bodies that formed the building blocks of the planets planetesimal
the name given to the four inner planets; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars terrestrial planets
the trapping of heat near a planet's surface by certain gases in the planet's atmosphere greenhouse effect
the name often given to the outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune gas giant
a thin disk of small ice and rock particles surrounding a planet ring
the region of the solar system between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, where many asteroids are found asteroid belt
a region where many small objects orbit the sun and taht stretches from beyond teh orbit of Neptune to about 100 times Earth's distance from the Sun Kuiper Belt
a spherical region of comets that surrounds the solar system Oort Cloud
a loose collection of ice and dust that orbits the sun, typically in a long, narrow orbit comet
the fuzzy outer layer of a comet coma
the central core of an atom which conatins protons and nuetrons OR/ALSO the solid core of a comet nucleus
one of the rocky objects revolving around the sun that are too small and numerous to be considered planets asteroid
a chuck of rock or dust in space, generally smaller than an asteroid meteoroid
a streak of light in the sky produced by the burning of a meteoroid in Earth's atmopshere meteor
a meteoroid that passes through the atmosphere and hits Earth's surface meteorite
the outer layer of the sun's atmosphere corona
an eruption of gas from the sun's surface that occurs when the loops in sunspot regions suddenly connect solar flare
a stream of electrically charged particles that emanate from the sun's corona solar wind
a dark area of gas on the sun's surface that is cooler than surrounding gases sunspot
a huge reddish loop of gas that protrudes from the sun's surface, linking parts of sunspot regions prominence