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The warming of Earth caused by the atmosphere trapping thermal energy from the sun
Particles of air pressing down on the Earth's surface
The amount of water vapor in the air
The border where two air masses meet
The layer of atmosphere closest to Earth
An instrument that measures air pressure
The layer of air that surrounds our planet
An instrument used to measure wind speed
A huge body of air which all has similar temperature and moisture
The layer of atmosphere that contains ozone and is located above the troposphere
The layer of atmosphere that contains ozone and is located above the troposphere
A small mass of dust and ice that orbits the sun in a long, oval-shaped path
A device people use to observe distant objects with their eyes
An imaginary line that runs through both poles of a planet
The planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune; which are large spheres made up mostly of gases
The pattern formed by a group of stars in the sky
A large object that moves around a star
The planets farthest from the sun; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto
A group of objects in space that move around a central star
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A group of objects in space that move around a central star
The planets closest to the sun; Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars
The path that an object such as a planet makes as it revolves around a second object
A small rocky object that moves around the sun
A measure of the extra positive or negative particles that an object has
An electric charge that stays on an object
The space around an object in which electric forces occur
A flow of electric charges
A path that is made for an electric current
A battery that supplies energy to move charges through a circuit
A material that electric current can pass through easily
A material that current cannot pass through easily
A material that resists the flow of current but doesn't stop it
A circuit that has only one path for current
A circuit that has more than one path along which current can travel
An object that attracts certain materials, such as iron or steel
The end of a magnet
The space all around a magnet where the force of the magnet can act
An arrangement of wire wrapped around a core producing a temporary magnet

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