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Phases of the Moon & Eclipses Lab Report Name Nicole Harvey Procedure A - Phases of the moon 1. Clock position for ball and light: 12:00 . Describe what YOU are seeing. (Describe the appearance of your “moon” (the ball) in this position.) the entire ball is illuminated 2. Clock position for ball: 9:00 . (a)Describe its appearance at 9:00. Only part of the ball is illuminated (b) Fill in the blanks with the correct term in the ( ), if answers given. At this point relative to the sun (9:00), the moon is behind (behind, in front of, or beside) the Earth. This phase is the waxing gibbous phase and the moon can be described as waxing (waxing, waning). 3. Clock position for ball: 6:00. (a)Describe its appearance at 6:00. Half of the moon is illuminated (b) Is it day time or night time on your side of the Earth (your face)? day (c) What is this phase of the moon, and what time of the day would you be most likely to see it (dusk, dawn, midnight, noon)? First Quarter, noon (d) The alignment of the 3 at this phase is sun ---> earth ---> moon.
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  • Spring '17
  • Andre Jackson
  • Nicole Harvey

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