Astronomy, Guide to Space
10 Jul , 2017 by Matt Williams
A single day on the Moon lasts the equivalent of 29.5 Earth days, which is the result of its tidally-locked orbit with Earth, and Earth’s orbit around the Sun.
5 Nov , 2016 by Matt Williams
The Orbit of the Moon is strange, which gives rise to changes in its appearance. It is also slowly changing, moving farther away from Earth.
26 Oct , 2016 by Matt Williams
Between a New Moon and a Full Moon, the Moon goes through its “waxing” phases, where its surface increases in luminosity
29 Oct , 2008 by Matt Williams
Between a Full Moon and a New Moon, Earth’s only satellite experiences a period of “waning”, where the amount that is visible slowly decreases.
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