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The Phases of the Moon

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Chad VanderMeulen

on 1 December 2012

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The Phases of the Moon
Curriculum Standard: E.ST.05.22
Explain the phases of the moon. * Rays of sun Rays of sun The moon appears black because the
sun is reflecting on the side of the moon we never see, the opposite side. I know this phase is waxing cresent
because I can only see a small
amount of the reflection and it
looks like the capital letter D. I know this phase is the first quarter because it
looks like half the moon is reflecting light
and it makes a perfect D shape. I know this phase is waxing gibbous
because it still looks like the
letter D, but it is a massive D shape. This phase is a full moon because half
the moon is reflecting the sun's
light and it makes a circle. It's the second half of the lunar month, so my grade is going up, yes! I know this phase is waning gibbous because the sun being reflected looks like a huge capital C. I know this phase is the third quarter because
it look like half of the moon is reflecting
the sun and it makes a capital C. I know this phase is a waning crescent because a very small amount of the moon is reflecting the sun and it makes a thin capital C. Sun
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