Moon Phases and Tides with floww 5
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"Here we see a full moon. This is also when us wolves go out and howl at the moon. The moon looks full because the Sun is shining on the whole thing from what we can see," Flow said.
"Oh, yes! I remember you on the night of the full moon! It's the day you drowned and before you were howling with your family!" Dewey exclaimed with excitement. "Oh, yes! I remember!" Flow replied.
"Here we see a waning gibbous. It's virtually the same as the waxing gibbous except the part that we can see is on the left side rather than the right," Flow explained.
"Next up, we have the last quarter, also known as the 3rd quarter. This is basically the same thing as the first quarter, except the part of the moon we can actually see is on the left side, instead of the right," Flow said.
"After that, we have the waning crescent. This is almost the same as the waxing crescent, except the part of the moon we can see is on the left side, like all of the waning phases," Flow explained.
"And lastly, we're back to the new moon!" Flow exclaimed. "This whole process of going through all of the moon phases takes about 29.5 days," "Wow! That's so fascinating!" Dewey replied.
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