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Moon

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  • Mission to the Moon
  • John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science McRae Wiederer and Taylor Cornish 12/7/16 Ms. Malden
  • Hello students. Can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon. And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • What is lunar regolith? What is lunar regolith?
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Now, what is the impact of meteoroids and asteroids?
  • Meteoroids Asteroids Comets
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • What is lunar regolith?
  • Craters such as Copernicus, Kepler, and Langrenus.
  • They caused the craters on the moon to form.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Before class is dismissed, will you each draw and explain a moon phase.
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon. And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • What is lunar regolith? What is lunar regolith?
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets
  • Good. And the other phases are waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, waning gibbous, third quarter, and waning crescent.
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon. And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • What is lunar regolith? What is lunar regolith?
  • The new moon is the first phase, where none of the sunlit side of the moon faces Earth.
  • The full moon is the fifth phase, where all of the sunlit side of the moon faces Earth.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
  • Students, can you name the three main features of the moon? Students, can you name the three main features of the moon? Students, can you name the three main features of the moon? Students, can you name the three main features of the moon?
  • Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Comets
  • Very good students. Class dismissed. I'll see you guys tomorrow, I have to monitor the comet near our ship and make sure we don't hit it. Your homework is a paragraph on how kids can help space travel.
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon. And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon. And lunar regolith is the layer of pulverized rock that covers the moon.
  • What is lunar regolith? What is lunar regolith?
  • What is lunar regolith? What is lunar regolith?
  • The new moon is the first phase, where none of the sunlit side of the moon faces Earth.
  • The full moon is the fifth phase, where all of the sunlit side of the moon faces Earth.
  • Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands. Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands. Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands. Yes, they are maria, craters, and highlands.
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