Apollo 12 | Launch November 14, 1969, splash down November 24 | Moon (Not a Planet obviously) | (1 point) | 3. Phoenix | Launch: August 04, 2007Landing: November 1, 2008 | Mars | Mars surface dirt and rock samples. (1 point) | 4. Messenger | | Mercury | (1 point) | 5. Magellan | Mission start: May 04, 1989Mission End: October 12,1994 | Venus | Made first global map of the surface of Venus.
The most logical answer is A. When the earth was just starting to form a big astoride hit earth and a large amount of material flew off to form the moon. 3. Sunlight is created from_______ a. Sun light Bulbs b. Thomas Edison c. Yo Moma d. Energy from Nuclear Fusion i. D. Sunlight is the energy that is released when a nuclear reaction causes hydrogen to form in to helium 4.
o B. Discover images and characteristics related to the Barringer Crater in Arizona: How large was the meteorite, how large is the crater, when did the impact occur, and how fast was the meteorite moving when it hit Earth’s surface. o C. Find at least three large craters on Earth that illustrate the potential magnitude of kinetic energy that is possible at impact. List where the location of the impact, the size of the meteorite, and when the impact occurred. Introduction One look at the surface of the Moon should convince you that "empty space" is not so empty after all.
The nebular hypothesis suggest that: a. all bodies in the solar system formed from an enormous gas cloud. b. Earth’s moon is an asteroid captured by the Earth’s gravity. c. galaxies such as the Milky Way form independent of one another. d. the Earth was formed a cosmic explosion, a “big bang”. e. the moon is derived from a protoplanet.
A simple impact crater has a circular shape surrounded by a rim that is elevated from the center of the crater. The rim of the impact crater is sitting above the horizon of the moon. Another interesting fact about the rim of an impact crater is that the rocks at the rim are the most ancient rocks of the planet itself, they are from the deepest layer of the surface of the moon.
FADE IN: INT. CAPRICORN II - OBSERVATION DECK - SPACE We pan around the earth in all it’s splendor as it rotates amongst the stars. We slowly pull back revealing that it is just a C.G.I model aboard the space station in front of the observation
This type of volcano can be recognized by its broad, gentle slopping shape. The lava dome that composes a shield volcano is usually built over a period of time. When this type of volcano erupts it often involves a flow after flow of lava. An example of shield volcano is Mauna Kea, which along with Mauna Loa forms the large island of Hawaii. The largest shield volcano in the solar system is Olympus Mons, on the planet mars.