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Did you know that Earth's oceans are split into three separate ecosystems? The tropical ocean ecosystem is home to tropical fish, coral reefs, and warm water!

Did you know that Earth's oceans are split into three separate ecosystems? The tropical ocean ecosystem is home to tropical fish, coral reefs, and warm water!

The Hubble Space Telescope has determined the true colour of an alien planet for the first time - a dazzling blue. Astronomers using the NASA/ESA telescope said that the planet, known as HD 189733b, is a deep cobalt blue, much like Earth. But that’s where the similarities end. The planet is a huge gas giant orbiting very close to its host star and its atmosphere is scorching, with a temperature of over 1,000 degrees Celsius. t also rains glass - sideways - in howling 7,000 kilometre-per-hour…

The Hubble Space Telescope has determined the true colour of an alien planet for the first time - a dazzling blue. Astronomers using the NASA/ESA telescope said that the planet, known as HD 189733b, is a deep cobalt blue, much like Earth. But that’s where the similarities end. The planet is a huge gas giant orbiting very close to its host star and its atmosphere is scorching, with a temperature of over 1,000 degrees Celsius. t also rains glass - sideways - in howling 7,000 kilometre-per-hour…

Research sheets and venn diagrams for comparing and contrasting different ecosystems. use "What's It Like Where You Live" website and/or students' science books; www.mbgnet.net/ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Tarheelstate-Teacher

Research sheets and venn diagrams for comparing and contrasting different ecosystems. use "What's It Like Where You Live" website and/or students' science books; www.mbgnet.net/ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Tarheelstate-Teacher

Hurricane Science: How Storms Like Arthur Form and Grow It comes down to warm ocean water and the Earth's eastward rotation.

Hurricane Science: How Storms Like Arthur Form and Grow It comes down to warm ocean water and the Earth's eastward rotation.

Satellite-based graphic showing ocean currents (swirling coloured lines) on an Earth globe centred on the Americas. The colours indicate ocean temperatures, ranging from the warm tropics (red) to cooler water (green) in more temperate latitudes. Credit: Karsten Schneider/Science Photo Library

Satellite-based graphic showing ocean currents (swirling coloured lines) on an Earth globe centred on the Americas. The colours indicate ocean temperatures, ranging from the warm tropics (red) to cooler water (green) in more temperate latitudes. Credit: Karsten Schneider/Science Photo Library

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