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The Moon takes ---- days to orbit the Earth 29
The Moon does not make its own -----. It reflects light from the ----- light sun
The Moon appears to change ---- because only the part of the Moon facing the Sun is lit up shape
a point in Earth's orbit around the sun where daylight is either the longest or the shortest amount possible solstice
a point in Earth's orbit around the sun where night and days are the same length equinox
earth spinning on the axis rotation
earth spinning around the sun revolution
Name me the Moon phases in order New Moon, waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Crescent, Last Quarter, Waning Gibbous
What causes seasons? the tilt on the axis and revolution
occurs when the moon passes through the shadow of the earth lunar eclipse
happens when the moon goes in front of the sun and blocks most of the sun's light from the earth solar eclipse
Created by: jmanalansan