The different shapes of the moon you see from Earth
when an object in space comes between the sun and a third object, it casts a shadow on that object
occurs when a new moon blocks your view of the sun
the very darkest part of the moon's shadow
The larger part of the shadow
occurs at a full moon when earth is directly between the moon and the sun
the rise and fall of ocean water that occurs every 12.5 hours or so
Their combined forces produce a tide with the greatest difference between consecutive low and high tides
a tide with the least difference between consecutive low and high tides
The moon's surface has dark, flat areas
moons surface is marked by large round pits
chunks of rock or dust from spate
a device built to observe distant objects by making them appear closer
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