The different forms that the moon takes in its appearance from Earth.
The moon that appears when the moon is between Earth and the Sun.
The moon phases following a new moon as more of the moons lighted side becomes visible.
The moon phase that occurs when all of the moon's surface facing Earth reflects light.
The moon phases that occur after a full moon as the visible lighted side of the moon grows smaller.
This eclipse happens when the moon passes directly between the Sun and Earth and casts a shadow over part of the Earth.
This eclipse occurs when Earth's shadow falls on the moon.
The dark colored flat regions of the moon formed from lava filling craters on the moons surface.
A depression left behind by an object hitting the Moon's surface.
The area in which a partial solar eclipse is experienced.
The area in which a total solar eclipse is experienced.
Waning moon phase in which one-half of the lighted side of the Moon can be seen from Earth.
Waxing moon phase in which one-half of the lighted side of the Moon can be seen from Earth.
The time when two full moons appear in one month. The second full moon is called this.