Hamm-Phillip-Lab3 - Lab 3 Part 1 1. A. A moon day is...

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Lab 3 Part 1 1. A. A moon day is equivalent to 29.5 Earth days. B. If you are on the moon you won’t see phases of the Earth because you will constantly see the Earth no matter if its day or night on the moon. 2. C. Neil Armstrong was the first on the moon and Eugene Cernan was the last. Armstrong was on the surface for a mere two and a half hours and Cernan spent 22 hours on the surface. D. It was day time during the Apollo 11 landing because you can see where the horizon was. The sky is black because there is not atmosphere around the moon so there is nothing for light to reflect off of. E. Apollo 11: Lunar Module and Armstrong’s shadow Apollo 12: Color TV Camera and the Intrepid Lunar Module Apollo 14: Edgar Mitchell and Modularized Equipment Transporter Apollo 15: Hadley Rille and the Apennines Apollo 16: The ALSEP and the Lunar Rover Apollo 17: Sea of Serenity and North Massif Part 2 1. An Annular Solar Eclipse is when the moon is too far away to fully cover the sun from the Earth. 2. You would see a solar eclipse because the Earth is hiding the sun from the Moon
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course PHYS 1411 taught by Professor Zhujunli during the Summer '11 term at Richland Community College.

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Hamm-Phillip-Lab3 - Lab 3 Part 1 1. A. A moon day is...

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