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Why is the Earth’s moon considered a moon and not a planet? http: //www. brainpop. com//science/space/mo onphases/quiz/
Moons revolve around planets. Our moon is the Earth’s only natural satellite
What surface feature is most noticeable?
The moon has many impact craters because it does not have an atmosphere to protect it from meteorites.
How long does it take the moon to complete one orbit around the Earth? ESRT
Any other facts about the moon?
http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v =Q_RB 1 ENTay. U Astronaut Singing in Space
Notice anything about the orbital path?
The moons orbit is elliptical
http: //www. sott. net/article/26077 6 -Is-biggest-closest-full-moon-on. June-23 -2013 -a-Supermoon supermoon
During this trip, the moon appears to change shape depending on what we can see from Earth. http: //astro. unl. edu/naap/lps/animations/lps. swf This is due to the changing position of the Sun, Earth, and moon
http: //www. nasa. gov/mission_pages/LRO/news/2013 moon-phases. html moon phases http: //astro. unl. edu/naap/lps/animations/lps. swf
http: //astro. unl. edu/naap/lps/ani mations/lps. swf moon phases Brain Pop
What is the correct sequence of events over one month of moon phases?
At sunset on the following evening, the Moon will be located at position
Which type of eclipse is shown when the moon is at position D?
http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=Ut uz. VWCo-b. Q solar eclipse http: //www. youtube. com/watch? feat ure=endscreen&v=VGMot. GL 875 M&N R=1 soalr eclipse http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=f. V g. Dao. P 4 QOo lunar eclipse
http: //www. onr. navy. mil/Focus/oc ean/motion/tides 1. htm tides
http: //aa. usno. navy. mil/graphics/Moon_movie _small. gif