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Moon Phases

Moon Phases n' Stuff

Vacab TermDefinition
Season A period in the year marked by an equinox or a solstice.
Direct Light Light that hits a surface at ninety degrees.
Indirect Light Light that hits a surface not at ninety degrees.
Earth's Tilt The reason for seasons. (About 23.5 degrees).
Orbit The curved path of a satellite around an object.
Revolution The orbiting of one body around another.
Axis The line about a rotating body turns.
Rotation The act of turning on an axis.
Solstice The time of the year when the equator is it's greatest distance from the sun.
Equinox When the hours of day and night are aproximently the same.
Moon Phases (Space View) How the moon looks from Earth at any given time.
Moon Phases (Earth View) How the moon looks from space at any given time.
Gibbous The moon when more than half full.
Crescent A moon phase resembling a segment of a ring tapering tompoints at the ends.
Waxing The moon when the illuminated area is increasing.
Waning The moon when the illuminated area is decreasing.
Created by: n0402637