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  • 1. Essential Natural Science 1HOME CONTENTS RESOURCES ACTIVITY LINKS Unit 1CONTENTSRESOURCESACTIVITYLINKSBACK CLOSE

2. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1ContentsThe UniverseTheoriesComponentsUnits of measurementTimelineHOMEThe Solar SystemComponentsMovement of planetsOuter planetsComponentsInner planetsComponentsDwarf planets and small solar system bodiesComponentsHOMECONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 3. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1 HOMEHOMEResourcesWhat are thedifferent theoriesabout theUniverse?What makes upthe Universe?What units ofmeasurement doastronomersuse?Timeline What makesup the SolarSystem?How do theplanets move?Which are theinner planets?Which are theouter planets?What are dwarfplanets and smallsolar systembodies?Interactive activity:Solar systembodiesCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSLinksAnimation:The Solar System 4. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1What are the different theories about the Universe?HOME4,000 YEARS AGO3,000 YEARS AGOANCIENT GREECE500 YEARS AGOCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 5. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTS RESOURCESWhat are the different theories about the Universe?HOME4,000 years agoOriginofAstrologyGO BACKBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 6. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTS RESOURCESWhat are the different theories about the Universe?HOMEOrionScorpio3,000 years agoMythologyGO BACKBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 7. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTS RESOURCESWhat are the different theories about the Universe?HOMEAncient GreeceGeocentrictheoryThe Earth was thecentre of theUniverse.GO BACKBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 8. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTS RESOURCESWhat are the different theories about the Universe?HOME500 years agoHeliocentrictheoryThe Sun was thecentre of theUniverse.GO BACKBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 9. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1 HOMEWhat makes up the Universe?Galaxy clusterMilky WaySolar SystemCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 10. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1HOME CONTENTS RESOURCESAnimation: The Solar SystemBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSOOPPEENN 11. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1 HOMEWhat units of measurements do astronomers use?SUNEARTHAstronomical unit (AU)The distance between theEarth and the Sun: about150 million kilometresSeconds0Light-yearThe distance light travelsin one year: about9.5 trillion kmKilometres01300,000CONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSUNITS OF MEASUREMENT 12. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTS RESOURCESTimelineHOME16th17th18th19th20thCENTURYNicolas Copernicus Heliocentric theoryTycho Brahe Planet movementJohannes Kepler Calculates planetary orbitsGalileo Galilei Invented the telescopeto study spaceDiscovery of UranusJohann Galle Discovery of NeptuneRadio telescopesFirst person walks on MoonSpace telescopesBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 13. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1 HOMEWhat makes up the Solar System?outer planetsinner planets Sunasteroid beltdwarf planetKuiper beltOort cloudCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 14. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTSHow do the planets move?HOMErevolutionENLARGEIMAGERESOURCESecliptic plane rotationBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSorbit 15. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1How do the planets move?HOMEorbitecliptic planerotational axisGO BACKRESOURCESROTATIONREVOLUTIONCCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 16. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1Which are the inner planets?HOMEMercuryVenus EarthMarsCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 17. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1HOME CONTENTS RESOURCESWhich are the inner planets?MercuryEarthCharacteristicsSatellites: noneAtmosphere: noneTemperature: -180 to 430 CDiameter: 4,880 kmSize: the smallest planetDistance: the closest to the SunMarsVenusBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 18. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1HOME RESOURCESWhich are the inner planets?MercuryVenus EarthMarsCharacteristicsSatellites: noneAtmosphere: CO2Temperature: 465 CDiameter: 12,104 kmCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 19. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTSWhich are the inner planets?CharacteristicsMercuryHOMESatellites: 1Atmosphere: N2+O2Diameter: 12,740 kmFact: the only planetwith lifeRESOURCESEarthMarsVenusBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 20. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CharacteristicsCONTENTSMercuryEarthWhich are the inner planets?HOMESatellites: 2(Deimos and Phobos)Atmosphere: CO2Temperature: - 50 CDiameter: 6,794 kmRESOURCESMarsVenusBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 21. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1HOME RESOURCESWhich are the outer planets?JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 22. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1HOME RESOURCESWhich are the outer planets?CharacteristicsJupiterSatellites: 63Largest moons: Io, Callisto,Europa and GanymedeDiameter: 142,984 kmSize: the largest planetUranusNeptuneSaturnCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 23. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1Which are the outer planets?CharacteristicsJupiterHOMESatellites: 59Largest moon: TitanDiameter: 120,536 kmSize: the second largestFact: a system of ringsRESOURCESSaturnUranusNeptuneCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 24. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CharacteristicsSatellites: 27Diameter: 51,118 kmAxis: almost horizontalFact: a system of ringsHOME CONTENTS RESOURCESJupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneWhich are the outer planets?BACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 25. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CharacteristicsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneWhich are the outer planets?HOMESatellites: 13Diameter: 49,528 kmSize: smaller than UranusDistance: the most distantfrom the SunCONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 26. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTSDwarf planets and small Solar System bodiesHOMEDwarf planets Ceres ErisSmall solarsystem bodiesRESOURCES Pluto asteroids cometsBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 27. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTSDwarf planets and small Solar System bodiesHOMEPlutoRESOURCESDwarf planets Pluto Ceres ErisSmall solarsystem bodies asteroids cometsBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 28. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1CONTENTSDwarf planets and small Solar System bodiesHOMEasteroid beltKuiper beltRESOURCESDwarf planets Pluto Ceres ErisSmall solarsystem bodies asteroids cometsBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 29. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1Dwarf planets and small Solar System bodiesHOMEOort cloudcomet orbitRESOURCESDwarf planets Pluto Ceres ErisSmall solarsystem bodies asteroids cometscometCCONTENTSBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKS 30. Essential Natural Science 1CONTENTS RESOURCESUnit 1 HOMEHOMEInteractive activity: Solar System bodiesBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSOOPPEENN 31. Essential Natural Science 1Unit 1 HOMELinksHOMECONTENTS RESOURCESBACK CLOSEACTIVITY LINKSGO TO WEBSITEThe Universe The Solar SystemGO TO WEBSITE