Moon Phases

Moon Phases
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  • Look, it's a full moon tonight! 
  • Where does the moon go when you can't see it?
  •     The moon     doesn't go     anywhere. 
  • The part of the moon you can see is caused by the light reflecting from the sun.
  • When the full moon is visible, the moon is directly opposite of the sun. 
  • Does that mean that the new moon is when the moon is covered in shadow?
  • Yes, that's right.
  • Lastly, when the moon is less than half lit, it is called a cresent and when it is more than halfway lit, it is called a gibbous. Waxing means growing and waning means fading.
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