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Transcript of Moon Phases
The new moon is the first moon phase. When the moon is between the Earth and the Sun, it is a new moon .
The waxing crescent is the second moon phase. A waxing crescent moon is a slim visible moon.
The waxing gibbous is the fourth moon phase. It is almost a full moon.
The full moon is the fifth moon phase. A full moon occurs when the Sun, Earth, and the Moon are lined up.
The first quarter is the third moon phase. You can only see the right half of the moon during the first quarter.
The waning gibbous is the sixth moon phase. Like the waxing gibbous, you can see almost the whole moon.
The last quarter is the seventh moon phase. You can see only the left half of the moon during the last quarter.
The waning crescent is the last moon phase. It is going to get smaller and smaller every day and become into a new moon. By the end of the moon's orbit around Earth it has been 29.5305882 days, which is roughly a month.
By: Amal Chaudhry & Nishi Solanki