Describes phases following a new moon, as more of the Moon's lighted side becomes visible and increase.
Describes phases following a new moon, as more of the Moon's lighted side becomes visible and decrease.
First Quarter Moon
The phase of the moon in which the right half is lit, and the left half is dark.
The phase of the moon in which three-fourths of the moon's side that faces earth is illuminated.
When the moon is completely visible and 14 days after the new moon.
The phase of the Moon when a thin part of the Moon's near side is sunlit.
The showing of the moon phases in the sky of the moon's revolution around the earth.
The periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon.
When the tide reaches its lowest level occuring twice during the day.
When the tide reaches its highest level occuring twice during the day.
A tide that is extremely high or low when the new and full moon is out in the sky.
Last Quarter Moon
The phase of the moon in which the left half is lit and the right half is dark.
When the moon is not showing at all. The beginning of the lunar cycle.
A imaginary line causing a tilt that makes the earth rotate.
24 different time zones, one time zone = 15 degrees of longitude.
To spin or turn around on an axis.
Possible including evidence.
To travel around an object in a circular path.
One half of the sphere that makes up earth's surface.
An imaginary line that circles around the Earth separating the two hemispheres; Northern & Southern.
An event related to how the universe and the world work.
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