Moon stuff. Made easy by Bill Frye Moon phases Tides Eclipse stuff. Fryesheet numbers for quiz. Fryesheet #8: 10 – 20, 48 - 52 Fryesheet #10: 1 – 15, 26, 30 – 32, and 43 – 57.
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43 – 57
New (couple days)Waxing Crescent (several days)1st QuarterWaxing Gibbous (several days) FullWaning Gibbous (several days)3rd QuarterWaning Crescent (several days)New
Phases:Observing and Identifying
one time around the Earth
FS#8-52 page 205
umbra (dark part of the shadow)
Anyone who can see the Moon (anyone who is on the nighttime side of the Earth during the eclipse)
Solar Eclipses there is not an eclipse every new and full moon – eclipses only occur when the Moon crosses the ecliptic at a “node”
When the Moon’s shadow covers part of the Earth
Only happens at New Moon
Three types: Total, Partial, and Annular
http://sunearthday.nasa.gov/2006/multimedia/gal_010.php; photos taken by Fred Espenak