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Moon Phases

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Matthew Horner

on 9 January 2014

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Transcript of Moon Phases

The same as waxing quarter only just getting smaller.
The same as the waxing crescent only just getting smaller nearly the new moon.
Waxing quarter
The third phase of the moons cycle
where half the moon is visible going 90 degrees around the earth making, the half part of the moon.
The fourth phase of the moon where the moon is nearly full even though it is always light up 50 percent
Full moon
Waning gibbous
The same as the waxing gibbous only just getting smaller going into the new moon phase.
Moon Phases
By: Matthew,Madison
Dylan,Ashley

New Moon
Waxing Crescent
Waxing gibbous
Waning quarter
Waning Crescent
Waxing crescent is the second moon phase that appears right after the moon begins it cycle of 29.5 days,
with the amount of light shining on
it.
Lunar Phase
A lunar phase happens when the earth casts it's shadow on it, a Lunar phase or phase of the moon refers to the shape of the illuminated (sunlit) portion of the Moon as seen by an observer, usually on Earth.
This phase is the first phase where you can't see the moon.
A full moon is the total oppisite of a new moon, you can actually see it visually.
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