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EVAPORATION
SOLARSYSTEM
RESOURSE
PRECIPITATION
CONSERVATION
CONDENSATION
EQUIOX
COSMIC
METEOR
SATELLITE
TELESCOPE
GALAXY
UNIVERSE
ASTRONOMY
GRAVITY

Astronomy Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Uranus
Universe
Telescope
Supernova
Sun
Star
Solar System
Solar Flare
Saturn
Satellite
Pulsar
Pluto
Planet
Orbit
Neptune
Moon
Meteoroid
Meteorite
Meteor
Jovian
Terrestrial
Mercury
Mars
Jupiter
Gravity
Galaxy
Eclipse
Earth
Crater
Black Hole
Atmosphere
Asteroid
Venus

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

Components of The Universe and the Big Bang Theory Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Huge collection of stars? Galaxies
Galaxy with 3 main components : Disk, Bulge, and Halo? SpiralGalaxies
Galaxy that can be shaped partially or spherical? EllipticalGalaxies
Galaxy that doesn't have a distinct shape? IrregularGalaxies
Are made of gases and produce their own heat? Stars
Group of stars which are bounded gravitationally? StarNebulae
Giants cloud of gas and dust? Nebulas
Planets that have rocky surface and cores made of Iron? Terrestrial
Planets (Gas Giants) which surfaces are not solid? Jovian
A natural satellite of a planet? Moon
After moons, next largest objects (rocks) in the Solar System? Asteroids
A mixture of frozen gases and tiny particles of dust? Comets
A streak of light formed by a space rock burning up as it enters Earth's atmosphere? Meteors
Rock that strikes the Earth's atmosphere? Meteorites
Scientist that discovered the expansion of the Universe? EdwinHubble
Shift that tells us light away from us? RedShift
Shift that tells us light close to us? BlueShift
Name of the theory of the formation of the universe? BigBangTheory
Matter that does not give off ER? DarkMatter
The largest object in our Solar System? Sun

Astronomy Word Search

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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

Astrology Word Search

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Word Search
Description

universe
galaxy
solarsystem
stars
spaceship
telescope
mars
comet
satellite
blackhole
earth
space

Astronomy vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

An enormous gravitational bond assemble of the millions or billions of stars Galaxy
A giant ball of hot gas that creates and emits its own radiation through nuclear fusion star
ny of the large bodies that revolve around the sun in the solar system (2) : a similar body associated with another star planets
the natural satellite of the earth, visible by reflected light from the sun (can only be seen at night). moon
any of the small rocky celestial bodies found especially between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter asteroid
any of the small particles of matter in the solar system that are directly observable only by their incandescence from frictional heating on entry into the atmosphere Meteor
a celestial body that appears as a fuzzy head usually surrounding a bright nucleus comet
a unit of length in astronomy equal to the distance that light travels in one year in a vacuum light year
any of numerous clouds of gas or dust in interstellar space Nebula
a shift toward longer wavelengths of the spectral lines emitted by a celestial object that is caused by the object moving away from the earth. Red-shift
a galaxy that has a generally elliptical shape and that has no apparent internal structure or spiral arms called also elliptical compare spiral galaxy Elliptical galaxy
a galaxy exhibiting a central nucleus or barred structure from which extend curved arms of higher luminosity spiral galaxy
is a galaxy that does not have a distinct regular shape, unlike a spiral or an elliptical galaxy. Irregular galaxy
the phase of the moon in which its whole disk is illuminated. Full moon
the phase of the moon when it is in conjunction with the sun and invisible from earth New moon
Aerospace. an unmanned spacecraft designed to explore the solar system and transmit data back to earth. space probe
a telescope in which a mirror is used to collect and focus light. Reflection telescope
telescope that uses a converging lens to collect light refracting telescope
artificial body placed in orbit around the earth or moon or another planet in order to collect information or for communication. satellite

The Galaxy Word search

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Word Search
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Milky Way
Gravity
Space
Solar system
Venus
Saturn
Jupiter
Murcury
Neptune
Earth
Mars
Galaxy
Uranus
Pluto
Moon
Sun

Astronomy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the seventh planet from the Sun Uranus
meteor that survives the trip through the Earth's atmosphere and hits Earth's surface meteorite
the smallest planet and the closest to the Sun Mercury
word for the complete orbit of a planet revolution
the farthest planet from the sun Neptune
the second planet from the Sun Venus
time it takes for Earth to make one trip or revolution around the sun year
the currently believed scientific explanation for how the universe began BigBang
everything that exists anywhere including planets, stars, galaxies and all forms of matter and energy universe
marks the longest or the shortest day of the year solstice
the sixth planet from the sun Saturn
a meteoroid that burns up as it passes through the Earth's atmosphere creating a streak of light in the sky meteor
first human to step foot on the moon Armstrong
number of planets in our Solar System eight
the path one object takes around another orbit
dwarf planet Pluto
the study of space astronomy
shape of a planet's orbit ellipse
small particle from a comet or asteroid orbiting the sun meteoroid
rocky metallic objects that orbit the sun asteroids
the fifth planet from the Sun Jupiter
a large body that revolves around the Sun in the Solar System planet
the fourth planet from the Sun Mars
refers to a planet spinning on it's axis, or imaginary line that goes through the center of the planet rotation
why the moon remains close to the Earth gravity
created by asteroids and meteorites that crashed into the moon over the years craters
a common, middle sized yellow star sun
it orbits the Earth moon
created by Earth orbiting the Sun and its tilt seasons
a large group of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity galaxy
the third planet from the Sun Earth

SJP Space Race Word Search

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Word Search
Description

FLARES
CONSTELLATIONCORONA
COMA
COMET
CLUSTERS
AXIS
AURORA
ATOM
ATMOSPHERE
ASTROLOGY
ACCELERATION
PHOTOSPHERE
PHASES
OZONE
ORBIT
OPPOSITION
NOVA
NEBULA
MOLECULE
METEOROIDS
METEORITE
METEOR
MASS
LUNATION
KELVIN
IONOSPHERE
HUBBLE
PRECESSION
PROTON
QUASAR
RADIANT
REVOLVE
ROTATE
SELENOGRAPHY
SOLSTICE
STRATOSPHERE
SUPERNOVA
SYZYGY
TERMINATOR
THERMOCOUPLE
UMBRA
ZENITH
UNIVERSE
TELESCOPE
SUN
STAR
SHUTTLE
SATURN
PLANET
NEPTUNE
MOON
MERCURY
MARS
GRAVITY
GALAXY
ASTRONOMY
ASTRONAUT
ASTEROID
VENUS
SPACE

Astronomy Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A large cloud of gas and dust, spread out in an immense volume. nebula
A contracting cloud of gas and dust with enough mass to form a star. protostar
An object whose gravity is so strong that nothing, not even light can escape. blackhole
The brilliant explosion of a dying supegiant star. supernova
An imaginary pattern of stars in the sky. constellation
The blue-white hot core of a star that is left behind after its outer layers have expanded and drifted out into space. whitedwarf
The tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion. inertia
The force that pulls objects towards each other. gravity
A huge, reddish loop of gas that protrudes from the sun's surface, linking parts of sunspot regions. prominences
A dark area of gas on the sun's surface tht is cooler that surrounding gases. sunspots
Rocky objects revoloving around the sun that are too small and numerous to be considered a planet. asteroids
A loose collection of ice, dust, and small rocky particles, typically with a long, narrow orbit. comet
The solid inner core of a comet. nucleus
The fuzzy outer layer of a comet. coma
The small, dense remains of a high-mass star after a supernova. neutronstar
The study of moons, stars, and other objects in space. astronomy
The apparent change in position of an object when seen from different places. parallax
All of space and everything in it. universe
A huge group of a single stars, star systems, star clusters, dusts, and gas bound together by gravity. galaxy
One of the small asteroid-like bodies that formed the building blocks of the planets. planetesimals
The movement of an object around another object. revolution
The spinning motion of a planet on its axis. rotation
A small, old, relatively coolo star. reddwarf
An artificial body placed in orbit around the earth or moon or another planet in order to collect information or for communication. satellite
A stream of electronically charged particles that emanate from the sun's corona. solarwind