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Study the word list: KS3 p1 ch4 lesson 1 - the night sky

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artificial
The new football ground used artificial grass.
satellites
An object that goes round a planet is a satellite. *
orbit
The planet's orbit took a year. *
Earth
The earth is molten at the core.
Moon
Armstrong was first on the moon.
natural
Physical geography is the study of the natural things of the Earth. *
satellite
Microwaves are also used in satellite television. *
planets
There are lots of planets to see. *
Sun
The sun is 93 million miles away.
Venus
Venus is the second planet from the sun. *
solar
A solar eclipse is a spectacular sight.
system
The decimal numeral system has ten as its base.
comet
A comet is a ball of ice orbiting the sun. *
meteor
The meteor crashed into the Earth. *
meteorite
A meteorite is a meteor that has landed. *
star
She got the film star 's autograph.
galaxy
It is a big galaxy. *
milky
The milky way is very big. *
way
Which way shall we go?
universe
An infinite number of stars in the universe.

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