Earth and Space

Our current science unit is on Earth and Space. Find out what you can about UK astronaut, Tim Peake. Where is he at the moment? What does his mission involve? Add your findings to the comments section.

Have you found any other fascinating space facts? Share them with the rest of us!

Can you design a fact sheet on space for our display? Bring it in to class. We’ll look forward to seeing it.

7 comments on “Earth and Space

  1. Did you know…
    -A day on Venus is longer than 1 year on Earth!
    -You become taller in Space.
    -1 million Earths could fit into the Sun!
    -Dirty underwear and toilet paper has helped grow plants on the International Space Station!
    -The Apollo crews did not have any life insurance!
    -Metal sticks together in Space.

  2. Q: What type of songs do the planets sing?
    A: Nep-tunes!

    Q: Why did the sun go to school?
    A: It wanted to become a little brighter!

    Q: How do you know when the Moon has had enough to eat?
    A: When it’s full!

  3. That’s great! 😉

  4. i like this topic because i always wondered about space

  5. I also like this. I’ve always wanted to learn about other planets. I wonder how it would be if I lived on another planet.

  6. The Sun’s mass is 1,989,100,000,000,000,000,000 billion kg.
    That is 333,060 times the Earth’s!

    The Sun is 4.6 billion years old!

  7. Did you know that the moon is our closest neighbour in space it takes a month to go around earth

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