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Exploring our Solar System P2f part 1
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Objectives In this lesson we should learn: about the bodies in space that make up the Universe why planets and moons stay in orbits about the planets in our Solar System, producing a model of the Solar System
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Outcomes Foundation Paper You should now be able to. . Know that: Earth is one of a number of planets that orbit the Sun: the Moon orbits Earth; Earth orbits the Sun and the relative positions of Earth, Sun and planets Know that the Universe consists of: stars and planets, comets and meteors, black holes, large groups of stars called galaxies Describe why stars can be seen even though they are far away Describe that gravitational force determines the motion of planets and satellites Higher paper Know the relative positions of planets, stars, comets, meteors, galaxies and black holes Know that circular motion requires a centripetal force and that gravity provides the centripetal force for orbital motion
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The Universe Moon Cluster Star Meteor Sun Universe Earth Asteroid Galaxy Planet Can you put them in order of size?
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Universe
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