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Copernicus Group

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Copernicus Group 


 Use the links below to investigate the specific topic assigned to you by your teacher.  Everyone may or may not need to investigate all of the topics listed.  Remember this is an individual journey, tailored to suit YOUR needs as a student.

 

After you complete each topic, please go to the Student Discussion Page and chat with other students who have completed the same topic.  

 

Gravity and Inertia 

 Click on the link to investigate the following objectives: Gravity and Inertia

  • Describe how the gravitational force between two objects is related to mass and distance.
  • Explain how gravitational attraction and the inertia of objects in the solar system keep them in orbit.

 

Rotation and Revolution 

 Click on the link below to investigate the following objectives: Rotation and Revolution

  • Examine the differences between the rotation of Earth on its axis and its revolution around the sun.
  • Illustrate how Earth’s revolution around the sun affects changes in daylight and seasons.

 

Phases of the Moon 

 Click on the link below to investigate the following objectives: Phases of the Moon

  • Use a model to demonstrate the phases of the moon relative to the position of the sun, Earth, and moon.

 

Lunar and Solar Eclipses 

Click on the link below to investigate the following objectives: Lunar and Solar Eclipses

  • Develop a model or illustration to show the relative positions of the Earth, sun, and moon during a lunar and solar eclipse.

 

Tides

Click on the link below to investigate the following objectives: Tides

  • Investigate the affect of the moon on Earth's tides.

 

 

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