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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 2. 3. The Sun is farthest to the north of the celestial equator at the time of the 4. (1) summer solstice 5. (2) equinoxes 6. (3) winter solstice 7. The Sun passes through the winter solstice on approximately 8. (1) Dec. 21 9. (2) June 21 10. (3) [depends on which hemisphere one is in, Northern or Southern] 11. 12. 13. 14. The approximate date of the spring equinox is 15. (1) Mar. 21 16. (2) Dec. 21 17. (3) June 21 18. (4) Sept. 21 19. 20. 21. The Sun is farthest to the south of the celestial equator at the time of the 22. (1) winter solstice
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Unformatted text preview: 23. (2) equinoxes 24. (3) summer solstice 25. 26. 27. 28. The approximate date of the fall equinox is 29. (1) Sept. 21 30. (2) Dec. 21 31. (3) June 21 32. (4) Mar. 21 33. Sect. 2.3 1. The Moon's phase between full and third quarter is 2. (1) waning gibbous 3. (2) waxing crescent 4. (3) waning crescent 5. (4) waxing gibbous 6. 7. The Moon's phase between third quarter and new is 8. (1) waning crescent 9. (2) waxing crescent 10. (3) waning gibbous 11. (4) waxing gibbous 12. 13. The Moon's phase between new and first quarter is...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AST 1002 taught by Professor Dr.haywoodsmith,jr during the Summer '07 term at University of Florida.

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