Published on January 21, 2014
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE Splits the sphere in two halves SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE AXIS
• GOING HORIZONTALLY • FROM THE EQUATOR TO THE POLES • USING TO MEASURE DISTANCE FROM THE EQUATOR
WEST • GOING VERTICALLY • FROM THE NORTH POLE TO THE SOUTH POLE • SPLITTING THE GLOBE IN TWO: EAST & WEST EAST
Copy the questions on your notebook and answer the questions. You can watch the videos and read the slides as much as you want 1. How long does it take to the Earth to complete one rotation? It takes the Earth… 2. What does rotation make? 3. What is the Equator? 4. Lines of latitude divides the sphere___________from the__________ to the________. 5. Lines of longitude go____________ from the___________ to the____________ and divides the sphere into____________________________________. 6. What are the differences between globes & maps?
The movements of the Earth. ... This is our cosmic address: Earth is the third planet from the ... which is a line of latitude. Longitude lines are lines ...
How Big is the Earth Part III; Origins of Our Planet; ... The Earth’s Movements. ... Earth around an invisible axis. It takes the Earth about 24 hours to ...
... Earth's axis of rotation is tilted 23.4 ... follow magnetic field lines as Earth ... transformative shifts in our view of the planet.
... Describing Our Planet . ... The lines running vertically around the Earth are called longitude. These lines are ... As with latitude, longitude is ...
How our planet is mar 21 ene 2014. How our ... How our planet is: Earth movements, lines of latitude, ... Hi Eva! lines of longitude go from North pole to ...
Earth's rotation is the rotation of the planet Earth around its own axis. ... The South Pole is the other point where the Earth's axis ... At the latitude ...
affect our planet, and the Earth movements that bring about day and night, years, and seasons. ... • model the tilt of Earth’s axis as it orbits the Sun
UNIT 1.OUR PLANET EARTH ... Imaginary lines: A meridian (or line of longitude) ... The Earth makes a complete rotation on its axis.