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Listen to these words.

nebula

zodiac

relatively

scatter

circadian

tilt

solstice

perpendicular

dawn

dusk

faint

light pollution

illumination

twilight

dew

axes

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Lines (real or imaginary) that go through an object. The object turns or rotates around these lines.

axes

Little drops of water that form overnight on surfaces.

dew

When there is still light in the sky before sunrise and after sunset.

twilight

To light up.

illumination

The sky becoming a lot brighter due to lights and other human-made sources of light.

light pollution

Refers to something that is very light or barely noticeable to the point where it can be hard to detect.

faint

The time of the day that occurs after sunset but before night arrives.

dusk

The time of the day when the sky gets brighter right before sunrise.

dawn

When two lines touch and they form a right angle.

perpendicular

Occurs when the sun is the furthest from the equator.

solstice

Slope or angle.

tilt

Refers to something that happens in the 24-hour cycle.

circadian

To go everywhere in all directions.

scatter

In comparison.

relatively

Twelve astrological signs that are based on the position of stars and planets in the sky.

zodiac

A cloud of gas and dust between stars and in space.

nebula

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