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  • Astronomy Earths Moon

  • BellworkIn 1998, the Lunar Prospect mission showed that there could be water on our moon. The craters near the poles may contain as much as 300 million metric tons of ice. The ice can only exist in the shadowed regions because the daytime temps can reach 134 degrees Celsius. In your notebook write at least one paragraph describing a how we could capture some of the ice and bring it back to Earth.

  • Moon FactsRevolves around the earth1 rotation around earth is 27.3 days1 rotation on its axis is also 27.3 daysThis is the reason why we only see 1 side of the moon.Shines by reflecting sunlight from its surface

  • Phases and Rotation of the Moon

  • What are Moon Phases?Changing appearances of the moon as seen from earth.Phase depends on relative positions of the moon, earth and sun.Moon phases cycle takes 29.5 days

  • PhasesTermsWaxing- Phase when sunlit face is getting biggerWaning- Phase when sunlit face is getting smallerGibbous- Phase when more the half of it face is showing. Crescent- Phase when a of its face is showingFull- Phase when all of moons face is lit

  • Phases of the moon

  • New MoonNot seen

  • Why is a new moon not seen?

    The reason we don't see any light on the moon during a new moon is because the far side of the moon is getting all the light, while the side we see is cast completely in shadow. When we have a full moon it's because the moon is facing us AND the sun, so we see its light reflected fully. The other phases are the stages in between.

  • Waxing CrescentAfter new moon, more and more of moon is visible. Banana shaped

  • 1st QuarterHalf is seen

  • Waxing Gibbous is seen

  • Full Moon All is seen

  • Waning Gibbous is seenAfter the full moon, less is visible

  • last QuarterLeft Half is seen

  • Waning CrescentBanana shaped

  • Waxing CrescentFirst QuarterFull MoonWaxing GibbousLast QuarterWaning GibbousWaning CrescentNew Moon12

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  • EclipsesHow do eclipses occur?Revolution of the moon causes themOccur when earth or moon temporarily block the sunlight from reaching the other

  • Eclipses can occur only when the sun, moon and earth are perfectly lined up.When can eclipses occur?

  • Moonmoves BetweenSun and earth

    What is a Solar Eclipse?

  • Effects of MotionSolar Eclipse When the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth causing the Moons shadow to fall on the Earth.

  • What is aLunar Eclipse?Earth moves between the moon and the sun

  • Lunar Eclipse When the Earth passes between the Sun and Moon causing the Earths shadow to fall on the Moon.

  • Lunar Eclipse on March 3, 2007

  • Igneous rocks of the maria are thought to be 3-4 billion years old (youngest rocks found on moon surface).

  • Theories about the moons originCaptured by earths vicinityCondensed from loose material surrounding earth during early formation of the solar systemBlob of molten material was ejected from earth while earth was still in its early molten stage

  • Apollo missions led many scientists to support the impact theory- Moon was formed 4.6 billion years ago when a Mars-sized object collided with earth. Gas and debris was thrown into orbit then condensed into a single mass, forming the moon.

  • Origins of the Moon

  • Surface of the Moon

  • The Formation of the Moon

    Section 4Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved.

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