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Space

by superstone89

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Is the earth big or small?
Is the moon red or white?
Is the sun hot or cold?
Done By: Omar Mansoor
Teacher: Khalid Abdelfattah
School: Sharjah America International School
Space
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Read This Before You Start Reading Magazine
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In This Magazine You Will Learn About Space And Learn It As You Are The One Who Is Exploring The Space And learn Some Words That You Never Knew About Learn Some Fun Facts About Space Explore The Space Like Its The First Time You Visit Space
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2-----------------------------------------Information Before You Start Reading
3-----------------------------------------(This Page)Contents
4-----------------------------------------Astronauts
5-----------------------------------------Moon
6-----------------------------------------Solar System
7-----------------------------------------Sun
8-----------------------------------------Stars
9-----------------------------------------Glossary
10---------------------------------------Reflection
11---------------------------------------The End
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Table Of Contents
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1-----------------------------------------Title
2-----------------------------------------Information Before You Start Reading
3-----------------------------------------(This Page)Contents
4-----------------------------------------Astronauts
5-----------------------------------------Moon
6-----------------------------------------Solar System
7-----------------------------------------Sun
8-----------------------------------------Stars
9-----------------------------------------Glossary
10---------------------------------------Reflection
11---------------------------------------The End
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Astronauts
•Astronauts are people who explore the space by using rocket. They help the world by exploring space and give us new detail from space or unknown stuff they found. Space Exploration began at April 12 1261 and the first astronaut was cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin which he went to explore the space with his crew. And Astronauts help us explore places that you may not be there and it isn’t possible to be there it takes like many years just to prepare 1 space rocket ship and astronauts suits and checking up at the astronauts before going to space. Have you ever wondered why do astronauts wear White and Orange clothing to go to space and not Blue, Green, Yellow or Red its because orange is chosen for bright hue called International Orange was chosen for safety, because it stands out so well against a landscape, and White is chosen for To allow spacesuit cooling (and heating) systems to work most efficiently.
The Moon is coloured white and it Orbits around the planet. On our Earth we have one moon. But did you know that some planets like Saturn have 82 moons. The first Astronaut to be on the moon is Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin They Explored the moon on 21 July 1969. Did you know that every 2-4 year Solar Eclipse happens. Its when the moon revolves on the sun and blocks the suns for 2 hours and then the sunlight returns. The Moon's surface gravity is about 1/6th as powerful or about 1.6 meters per second per second. The Moon's surface gravity is weaker because it is far less massive than Earth. A body's surface gravity is proportional to its mass, but inversely proportional to the square of its radius. The brightest and largest object in our night sky, the Moon makes Earth a more livable planet by moderating our home planet's wobble on its axis, leading to a relatively stable climate. It also causes tides, creating a rhythm that has guided humans for thousands of years.
Fun Fact:

The word "astronaut" comes
 from the Greek
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Moon
The Moon is coloured white and it Orbits around the planet. On our Earth we have one moon. But did you know that some planets like Saturn have 82 moons. The first Astronaut to be on the moon is Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin They Explored the moon on 21 July 1969. Did you know that every 2-4 year Solar Eclipse happens. Its when the moon revolves on the sun and blocks the suns for 2 hours and then the sunlight returns. The Moon's surface gravity is about 1/6th as powerful or about 1.6 meters per second per second. The Moon's surface gravity is weaker because it is far less massive than Earth. A body's surface gravity is proportional to its mass, but inversely proportional to the square of its radius. The brightest and largest object in our night sky, the Moon makes Earth a more livable planet by moderating our home planet's wobble on its axis, leading to a relatively stable climate. It also causes tides, creating a rhythm that has guided humans for thousands of years.
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Solar System
•The middle of the Solar System is the Sun and around the sun we have planets orbiting around it. The planets, in order of their distance outward from the Sun, are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The Solar System can be useful by radiates light and heat, or solar energy, which makes it possible for life to exist on Earth. Plants need sunlight to grow. Animals, including humans, need plants for food and the oxygen they produce. Without heat from the sun, Earth would freeze. How we gain Energy from the Solar System In Earth and the other planets that revolve around it, the sun is a powerful center of attention. It holds the solar system together; provides life-giving light, heat, and energy to Earth; and generates space weather
Fun Fact:
The Sun is in the middle of the Solar System and the Planets orbit around the sun. We get light from the sun if there was no sun our world would be dark every day. The sun might look hot and full of lava but the hottest place is Venus. Also the sun has some small rocks orbiting it but they're not called planets because of how small they are but they’re called asteroids. Nothing is more important to us on Earth than the Sun. Without the Sun's heat and light, the Earth would be a lifeless ball of ice-coated rock. The Sun warms our seas, stirs our atmosphere, generates our weather patterns, and gives energy to the growing green plants that provide the food and oxygen for life on Earth.  
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The Sun is 93 million miles from the Earth.
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Solar System
sun
Fun Fact:
The Sun is in the middle of the Solar System and the Planets orbit around the sun. We get light from the sun if there was no sun our world would be dark every day. The sun might look hot and full of lava but the hottest place is Venus. Also the sun has some small rocks orbiting it but they're not called planets because of how small they are but they’re called asteroids. Nothing is more important to us on Earth than the Sun. Without the Sun's heat and light, the Earth would be a lifeless ball of ice-coated rock. The Sun warms our seas, stirs our atmosphere, generates our weather patterns, and gives energy to the growing green plants that provide the food and oxygen for life on Earth.  
Fun Fact:
The sun is the closest to our planet which is why we see the sun so big and bright.
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Stars
Stars are one of my favourite things to look at because stars look beautiful and better through the micro-scope some stars are very cold and some are very hot there are many different type of stars. And there are stars that make a shape. The reason why stars are so important is because they have helped humans navigate through Earth . When it was dark these stars would light up the sky giving people light . In addition stars are very important because they make life on Earth. In addition stars are very important because they make life on Earth. the most important is the Sun, because without that it wouldn't be life on Earth . Earth would just be a rock with ice
Orbit:
 the curved path of a celestial object or spacecraft round a star, planet, or moon, especially a periodic elliptical revolution.
Explore:
travel through (an unfamiliar area) in order to learn about it.
Asteroid:
 a small rocky body orbiting the sun. Large numbers of these, ranging enormously in size, are found between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, though some have more eccentric orbits.
Microscope:
an optical instrument used for viewing very small objects, such as mineral samples or animal or plant cells, typically magnified several hundred times.
Atmosphere
the envelope of gases surrounding the earth or another planet.
Dark/Night
with little or no light.
Landscapes
all the visible features of an area of land, often considered in terms of their aesthetic appeal.
Fun Fact:
Did you know that the sun is also a Star
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