What Does a Waxing Moon Look like?

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A waxing moon means a growing moon. It is the stage between new moon and a full moon. The amount of moon surface that is lit and visible is heading to the west side of the moon when the moon is waxing.
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A waxing moon will be in the shape of the letter "D". The moon is in the process of moving into a full moon. The cycle of the moon phases takes approximately 29.53 days.
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It looks like a cresaunt roll. It gets larger and larger until it becomes a full moon.
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The horns and shape of a waxing moon resemble the letter "D. The moon appears in phases due to cyclic elliptical movement among Earth, the sun and the moon. Each lunar cycle
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It will look like the crescent on the coat of arms! ChaCha!!
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