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PHYSICAL SCIENCEName: _____________________________________________Grade Level: ______________________WEEK 1LEARNING ACTIVITY SHEETThe Earth in the UniverseActivity 1: Watch the Sunset-The sun will linger on the horizon when it sets on a flat earth.- As the sun sets on the horizon, it will fade from view on the spherical earth.Activity 2: Climb a Tree1.If the world were flat, your eyesight would extend precisely the same distance at the base of thetrees as it would at the top. The deeper you ascend, though, the more you can see. This is becauseparts of the earth that were concealed from view due to its curvature while you were on theground are now visible due to your position change.2.Yes, the most distant object in the solar system that humans can view without a telescope isSaturn, which is 1.5 billion kilometers away.Activity 3: Let’s Test Your Understanding1.B2.D3.C4.A5.CLEARNING ACTIVITY SHEETThe Earth and BeyondACTIVITY 1: See ME See YOU1.Planet MercuryIt is the closest to the sun making the temperature is much more higher compared to the rest of theplanet.Planet Venus
Venus today doesn't have liquid water on its surface due to the increasing temperature and waterevaporates and turns to gas. It is considered to be hellish.Planet MarsIt is the closes planet to earth and believe to be the next destination of human. Several projects areform in order to explore Mars and one project will send humans to Mars and let them reproduced.Planet JupiterJupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system.Planet SaturnSaturn can easily be identified due to its ring formation surrounding the planet.2.It has change because of the earth rotates oh his orbitACTIVITY 2: Calendar Constellation
Constellation Name inAugustCorona Australis. The Southern Crown.Lyra. The Lyre.Sagittarius The ArcherFacts:-The constellation Corona Australis, the southern crown, is located in the southern hemisphere of the sky.Known as the Southern Crown, it is visible from latitudes south of 44 degrees from May through July. Itcan best be seen in the northern hemisphere in August, although it is completely below the horizon atlatitudes north of 50 degrees. It is a small constellation occupying 128 square degrees of the sky. It ranks80th in size among the 88 constellations in the night sky. It is bordered by Sagittarius to the north,Scorpius to the west, Telescopium to the south, and Ara to the southwest.-The constellation Lyra, the lyre, is best seen from June through October in the northern hemisphere. It isvisible between latitudes 90 degrees and -40 degrees. It is a small constellation, covering an area of 286degrees of the sky. It ranks 52nd in size among the 88 constellations in the night sky. It is bordered byVulpecula to the south, Hercules to the east, Draco to the north, and Cygnus to the west. Vega, thebrightest star in Lyra, forms a large triangle with two other stars, Altair in Aquila and Deneb in Cygnus.