Intermediate Ulysses Word Search
When you find a word, click on the first (or last) letter
and hold down the mouse button. Drag the cursor to the last (or first)
letter and release.
Words can be horizontal or diagonal, forwards or backwards. They can even cross! So have fun and good hunting! Try our Beginner or Advanced levels for variety...
Tell me more about these words that have to do with the Ulysses space mission: Ulysses, SWOOPS, flare, GRB, Jupiter, gas, corona, wind, cycle, ejection, plasma, sunspot
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