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Hi everybody! My name is Ella and I am a princess! Today I will teach you everything about moon phases!
If you look at the moon behind me, you will notice it is a full circle. That means that it is a full moon.
The next moon phase will be a waning gibbous.
From now on,the moon will begin to be less visible from Earth until it is completely dark.
Now the moon is a little bit less visible from Earth. This is the waning gibbous.
The moon will be a waning gibbous until it is exactly half lit up.
Now half of the moon is lit up. This is called a quarter moon. The correct term for this is the 3rd quarter moon.
If you look at the moon now, you will be able to see that it is not half anymore. It is becoming less visible from Earth each day. This is now a waning crescent.
The next phase is a waxing crescent, then the 1st quarter, then the waning gibbous, and then back to the full moon. Those are all of the moon phases.
It takes 29.53 days to go from one full moon to the next. We are half way there! Now the moon will become more visible from Earth.
Hope you enjoyed learning. Bye!
Look at the moon now. As you can see... WAIT. Where is the moon? The moon is now completely dark, which is called a new moon.
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