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Earth and its Natural
Satellites - 2
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Earth and its Natural
Satellites - 2
The moon
The Moon is Earth's only natural
satellite and is the fifth largest moon
in the solar system.
The moon, Earth's natural satellite,
is a barren place with no air or
water. Its surface is characterized by
rocks and dust, featuring tall
mountains, plains, and large round
ditches known as craters. Some
craters span hundreds of kilometers
and were formed by massive rocks
colliding with the moon's surface.
During a full moon night, you can
observe light and dark regions – the
dark areas represent plains while the
light areas signify mountains. The
moon's craters are visible through a
telescope.
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Earth and its Natural
Satellites - 2
The moon
The Moon is Earth's only natural
satellite and is the fifth largest moon
in the solar system.
The moon, Earth's natural satellite,
is a barren place with no air or
water. Its surface is characterized by
rocks and dust, featuring tall
mountains, plains, and large round
ditches known as craters. Some
craters span hundreds of kilometers
and were formed by massive rocks
colliding with the moon's surface.
During a full moon night, you can
observe light and dark regions – the
dark areas represent plains while the
light areas signify mountains. The
moon's craters are visible through a
telescope.
Phases of the Moon
New moon Waxing Crescent First Quarter Waxing Gibbous
Full Moon Waning Gibbous Third Quarter Waning Crescent
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Earth and its Natural
Satellites - 2
The moon
The Moon is Earth's only natural
satellite and is the fifth largest moon
in the solar system.
The moon, Earth's natural satellite,
is a barren place with no air or
water. Its surface is characterized by
rocks and dust, featuring tall
mountains, plains, and large round
ditches known as craters. Some
craters span hundreds of kilometers
and were formed by massive rocks
colliding with the moon's surface.
During a full moon night, you can
observe light and dark regions – the
dark areas represent plains while the
light areas signify mountains. The
moon's craters are visible through a
telescope.
Phases of the Moon
New moon Waxing Crescent First Quarter Waxing Gibbous
Full Moon Waning Gibbous Third Quarter Waning Crescent
The phases of the Moon refer to the different
appearances of the Moon as it orbits around the
Earth. These phases are a result of the changing
positions of the Moon, Earth, and the Sun
relative to each other. There are eight primary
phases of the Moon.
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Earth and its Natural
Satellites - 2
The moon
The Moon is Earth's only natural
satellite and is the fifth largest moon
in the solar system.
The moon, Earth's natural satellite,
is a barren place with no air or
water. Its surface is characterized by
rocks and dust, featuring tall
mountains, plains, and large round
ditches known as craters. Some
craters span hundreds of kilometers
and were formed by massive rocks
colliding with the moon's surface.
During a full moon night, you can
observe light and dark regions – the
dark areas represent plains while the
light areas signify mountains. The
moon's craters are visible through a
telescope.
Phases of the Moon
New moon Waxing Crescent First Quarter Waxing Gibbous
Full Moon Waning Gibbous Third Quarter Waning Crescent
The phases of the Moon refer to the different
appearances of the Moon as it orbits around the
Earth. These phases are a result of the changing
positions of the Moon, Earth, and the Sun
relative to each other. There are eight primary
phases of the Moon.
On the New Moon day,
the moon is not visible
in the sky as the side
facing us receives no
sunlight at all.
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