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Composite Time-lapse Image of the Lunar Phases
24" x 18"
Photographic Print

Moon phases Composite timelapse image of the phases of the Moon as seen in Earths night sky during a lunar synodic month A full Moon is at upper centre with pairs of from inner to outer gibbous Moons quarter Moons crescent Moons and new Moons The lunar phases occur because the Moon does not produce its own light but reflects that of the Sun As it travels around the Earth during its day orbit parts of the Moons surface which are visible from Earth become shadowed by the Moon itself New Moons occur when the Moon lies between the Earth and Sun and full moons occur when the Moon is furthest from the Sun