By Kori McClure
The Earth is the planet that you live on and it is the only planet that can support life.Earth is very special it provides water,food,and sunlight. Did you know that Earth is just close enough to the sun so we don't burn up and just far away so we don't freeze.
Why was Earth important to Space exploration.
The Earth is important to Space exploration because it gave a place to study other planets and the sun. It was also important to Space exploration because it provided us with the materials to use.
wHEN DID THE EARTH BEGEN
Experts are now certant that Earth and its planetary neighbors formed from a spinning disk of debris left over from the birth of the Sun.
What is the purpose of studying the Earth
The purpose of studying Earth is knowing how other planets work and to find similarities between Earth and other planets.
IS THE EARTH STILL IMPORTANT
Of course the Earth is still important its where you live. The Earth is very special and very unique. No other planet is like Earth!!!
HOW does the Earth affect us today?
It affects us today because the Earth gives us a place to live, and we wouldn't be here today with out the earth.
*earth supports life
*Earths gravity controls the moon
*Most clues about the earth is invisible to us
*Earth is not an outstanding member of the vast solar system
What was Invented or discovered
Scientists have invented many things to help study the Earth and other planets such as the satellites they take pictures and sends them back to Earth.
what were the important devices that helped study Earth
There are a few satellites that take pictures of the Earth and send them down back to Earth so we can see what is going on.
which contries were involved
Mostly the United States we study the earth to see if we can find similar things on other planets like Mars, Jupiter, and all the other planets.
- Atmosphere: Gasses surrounding the Earth.
- Satellites:An artificial body placed in orbit around the earth or moon or another planet in order to collect information or for communication.
- Planets:A celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star.
- Earth:The planet on which we live; the world
- Space exploration: Going discovery and exploration of celestial structures in outer space by means of continuously evolving and growing space technology.