Astronomy Word Search
The Astronomy word search puzzle is a great way to introduce kids to astronomy. It includes both a horizontal and vertical puzzle. The words for this astro-word search are designed to be easy to find, and the glossary terms are provided at the bottom. The nebula, satellite, aurora, and planets are all represented in the puzzle. It also includes a solution for the first two problems.
A galaxy is a collection of stars that are held together by gravitation. A comet is a celestial body that has a dust and ice nucleus and an orbit that is highly eccentric. A star is called a pulsar when it is a neutron star, which emits pulses of electromagnetic radiation at regular intervals. A pulsar is a rapidly rotating neutron star that is known for its emission of strong pulses of light. The Oort Cloud is a hypothetical shell of comets that orbit around the solar system.
The Earth’s moon is an natural satellite and a natural satellite of the Sun. The telescope helps observe objects in outer space using electromagnetic radiation. The zodiac is a belt region of space in the night sky that is named after the closest constellation. The path of the planets is represented by the paths of their orbits. The Zodiac is a belt region in the night sky divided into twelve equal regions. The moon, for example, is a natural satellite of the Earth.