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Natural Satellites and Phases Of The Moon:

BY: Timothee Ouellon,Charlotte Leboeuf, Samantha Thibault, Amanda Ocenas, David Billette, Baylee Tremblay

Timothee Ouellon

on 10 May 2013

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Transcript of Natural Satellites and Phases Of The Moon:

Natural Satellites and Phases Of The Moon: A Natural Satellite is a celestial body which revolves around a specific planet or smaller body, which is called its primary. They are also called moons. For example, Earth has one NS (Natural Satellite), Mars 2, Jupiter 63, Saturn 61, Uranus 32, and Neptune, 18. Mercury and Venus have none. Eclipses only occur in the presence of Natural Satellites because the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun (which are natural celestial bodies) must be perfectly aligned in space to become aneclipse. There are solar and lunar eclipses. Many people believe the Moon is made in cheese, which is a statement all except BY: WHAT IS A NATURAL SATELLITE ? Timothee Ouellon, Charlotte Leboeuf, Samantha Thibault, Amanda Ocenas and David Billette, Baylee Tremblay true. Some dwarf planets, like Pluto, which has 3, and Eris, which has 1 have Natural Satellites (moons). One of Saturn’s moon, like the planet itself, was just discovered to have a ring!
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