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Lesson 3: Patterns of Change
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The time it takes a planet to rotate once, 24 hours on Earth; also, in contrast to night, refers to the period of time in a region illuminated by sunlight.
The period of time in a region of Earth when it is facing away from the Sun and the sky is dark.
A regular and repeating way in which something happens.
The apparent shape of the Moon when it is observed by the Earth.
A dark are produced by an object blocking light from reaching a surface.
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