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									                  Dear Students…

This presentation is about to start.
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stands for…

                  Watch,           Listen,   and Learn.
There will be a “Moon Wise” TRIVIA quiz
at the end of this presentation.

Enjoy the show…

                                             Mrs. Gensemer
Gensemer Sci-STARS Productions
         Presents…
Another Adventure in God’s Wonderous
 Universe..
Each “moonth” the moon changes
shape…watch !
Why does the moon change shape?
(an inquisitive student wants to know!)
        As the Moon circles the Earth,
         the shape of the moon appears to
         change; this is because different
         amounts of the illuminated part of
         the moon are facing us. The shape
         varies from a full moon (when the
         Earth is between the sun and the
         moon) to a new moon (when the
         moon is between the sun and the
         Earth).
WHAT IS THE NEAR SIDE AND FAR
SIDE OF THE MOON?
 The same side of the moon always faces the Earth. The far side
  of the moon was first observed by humans in 1959 when the
  unmanned Soviet Luna 3 mission orbited the moon and
  photographed it. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin (on NASA's
  Apollo 11 mission, which also included Michael Collins) were
  the first people to walk on the moon, on July 20, 1969.
   If you were standing on the moon, the sky would always
  appear dark, even during the daytime. Also, from any spot on
  the moon (except on the far side of the moon where you cannot
  see the Earth), the Earth would always be in the same place in
  the sky; the phase of the Earth changes and the Earth rotates,
  displaying various continents.
Moon Cycle

The phases of the moon change.
         Definitions of the Phases
Crescent Moon - when we can see only a sliver of the moon's disk
(the side of the moon facing us) Full Moon - when the moon's disk
is light because the Earth is between the sun and the moon
Gibbous Moon - when we can see roughly three-quarters of the
moon's disk
Half Moon - (also called quarter moon) when we can see one half of
the moon's disk (this is one-quarter of the entire moon's surface)
 New Moon - when the moon's disk is dark (and invisible to us)
because the moon is between the sun and the Earth Quarter Moon
- (also called half moon) when we can see one half of the moon's
disk (this is one-quarter of the entire moon's surface)
Waning Moon - when the moon seems to be getting smaller, going
from full to gibbous to half to crescent to new
Waxing Moon - when the moon seems to be getting bigger, going
from new to crescent to half to gibbous to full
CRESCENT MOON




    A crescent moon is part way between a
    half moon and a new moon, or between
    a new moon and a half moon.
GIBBOUS MOON

    A gibbous moon is between a full moon and
    a half moon, or between a half moon and a
    full moon.
HALF MOON

A half moon looks like half a circle. It is
 sometimes called a quarter moon (this
 Moon has completed one quarter of an
 orbit around the Earth from either the
 full or new position and one quarter of
 the moon's surface is visible from
 Earth).
                 NEW MOON

   The new moon is the phase of the moon
    when the moon is not visible from Earth,
    because the side of the moon that is facing
    us is not being lit by the sun.
           ?
    Moonrise from Earth

    The moon rises and sets every day, appearing on the horizon just like the
    sun. The time depends on the phase of the moon. It rises about 30 to 70
    minutes later each day than the previous day, so the moon is out during
    daytime as often is it's out at night. At the time of the new moon, the
    moon rises at about the same time the sun rises, and it sets at about the
    same time the sun sets.
   As the days go by (as it waxes to become a crescent moon, a half moon,
    and a gibbous moon, on the way to a full moon), the moon rises during
    daytime (after the sun rises), rising later each day, and it sets at nighttime,
    setting later and later each night.
    At the full moon, the times of moonrise and moonset have advanced so
    that the moon rises about the same time the sun sets, and the moon sets
    at about the same time the sun rises.
   As the moon wanes (becoming a half moon and a crescent moon, on the
    way to a new moon), the moon rises during the night, after sunset, rising
    later each night. It then sets in the daytime, after the sun rises.
    Eventually, the moon rises so late at night that it's actually rising around
    sunrise, and it's setting around sunset. That's when it's a new moon once
    again.
Activity
   Number from 1-10. Name the phases of the moon:
Activity Identify the Phases
 Check your answers:
       Moon Wise: It’s a Hoot !
   What have you learned? Tell the
    Wise Night Owl.
                    Moon Wise Trivia Questions
          Number your paper 1-10. Fill in the word for the blank (s).



 1. When the moon changes shape, the changing process is called m_______
  p________.
 2.The moon changes as the Earth r_______.
 3. A new moon is not visible from the Earth because it rises at n______and sets at
  d_________.
 4. At full moon the S_____ rises and sets at the same time as the moon.
 5. Waxing: the moon seems to be getting b______.
 6. Waning: the moon seems to get s_________.
 7. When we see one quarter of the moon’s surface it is a h______ moon.
 8. When we see about three-quarters of the moon it is g_______ moon..
 9. When we see a silver shape of the moon’s disc it is a c_______ moon.
 10. The far side of the moon was first observed in 1959 by the Soviet
  _______ 3 mission.
               Wise Owl’s Answers to Trivia
o   1. When the moon changes shape, the changing process is called moon phases.
o   2. The moon changes as the Earth rotates.
o   3. A new moon is not visible from the Earth because it rises at night and sets at
    day.
o   4. At full moon the Sun rises and sets at the same time as the moon.
o   5. Waxing: the moon seems to be getting bigger.
o   6. Waning: the moon seems to get smaller.
o   7. When we see one quarter of the moon’s surface it is a half moon.
o   8. When we see about three-quarters of the moon it is gibbous moon..
o   9. When we see a silver shape of the moon’s disc it is a crescent moon.
o   10. The far side of the moon was first observed in 1959 by the Soviet
          Luna 3 mission.

    Wise Night Owl’s Moon Trivia Ratings:

   Awesome Astronomical Pilot                = 10 correct
    Amazing Moonwalker                        = 9 - 8 correct
    Moonbeam                                  = 7 correct
    Marooned on the Moon                      = 6 - 4 correct
    Phased Out !:                             = 3 – 0 correct
       Home Activity Fun:

Watch the moon phases this week.
Draw and label them on your moon
journal.
   Producer: Mrs. Kathleen Gensemer, Science Teacher
   Power Point Editing: Mr. Donald Scot Gensemer
   Animation/Picture Clips: Microsoft Online Clips and
    Animation
   Wise Night Owl’s Triva: Mrs. G.
   Moon Phases Chart Activity, pictures, and
    information: Enchanted Learning.com
   Moon Phase “Moonth” Movie:
    www.bedford.k12.ny.us/flhs/science/moonphaseanimation.html
   Technical Sound Advice: B. and D. Gensemer

								
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