@mrsharris I can only answer a few of your questions. The 1st one ,number 1, It is impossible to see all the stars at once because the sun outshines the stars and the stars we see in the wintertime , we can’t see during the summertime and vice versa. The next one I can answer is number 8. Tornadoes and be as large as over a mile wide. I grew up in North Central Texas near Dallas. I have seen on the news the size of some tornadoes. Some are only a few hundred feet wide to those that are over a mile wide. The last question I can answer is number 9. As far as I know there are three ways you can see the constellations, 1. with just your eyes, 2. looking through a telescope, and 3. Look up a website that allows you to look at the constellations over the internet. I hope this helps you and your students out.
Good Luck from San Francisco Mrs. Harris and class,
Tsunamis can get up to 90 +feet according to the book that I read. Also California just don’t have that un stable air to for supercell thunderstorms that forms tornadoes. It is true that you can’t see all of the stars but I wish you can see all of the stars. Tornadoes can get up to 2.5 miles wide and probably more than that.
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