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The Moon

Tides, eclipses and phases

What is the phase that shows 25 percent of the right Waxing Cresent
50 First Quarter
75 Waxing Gibbous
All of the moon Full Moon
75 to the left Waning Gibbous
50 Third Quarter
25 Waning Cresent
None of the moon New Moon
When does a lunar eclipse occur Full Moon
When does a solar eclipse occur New Moon
What blocks what in a lunar eclipse The earth blocks the sunlight from the moon
Solar eclipse The moon blocks the sunlight from a section of Earth
What is more common, the lunar of solar eclipse The lunar
When does a neap tide occur During a quarter moon
When does a spring tide occur During a full or new moon
What is a neap tide The tide of which the high and low tides differences are the least
What is a spring tide The tide in which the difference is the greatest
How many tides do we have in one day Four, two high and low
What causes the tides The moon pulling the water towards it.
How many hours pass before the tides change 6 hours
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