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4.3: Revolutions of Earth

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axis An imaginary line that runs from the North Pole to South Pole, and it includes the center of Earth.
geocentric model Model used by the ancient Greeks that puts the Earth at the center of the universe.
heliocentric model Model proposed by Copernicus that put the Sun at the center of the universe.
moon A celestial object that orbits a planet.
revolution The Earth’s movement around the Sun in an orbital path.

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