Moon Phases and Tides with Flow
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"I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I understand now!" Flow replied. "Good," Dewey said. "But now I'd like to understand a couple more things on the moon,"
"Oh yes, of course!" Flow replied. "So, the moon is lit up in the night sky by the Sun,"
"The first moon phase is the new moon. This means the Sun is not shining directly on the side of the moon we can see. When people look up to the moon, it is as if the moon disappeared, but really, we just can't see it,"
"The next main moon phase is the waxing crescent. The part that we can see looks like a crescent shape and it's on the right side. The part that we can't see is the part of the moon the sunlight isn't hitting," Flow said.
"After that, there's the first quarter. This means only the right half of the moon is visible. The Sun would only hit half of the moon," Flow explained.
"Next, we see the waxing gibbous. It is basically the opposite of a crescent. The part of the moon that you can't see is the shape of a crescent moon. The part that you can see is on the right side,"
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