What the Moon Looks like Every Night?

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The moon changes how we see it every day of the month. Sometimes we see a new moon or sometimes we see a full moon. Some nights we watch the crescent moons, or the first or third quarter moons. You can find more information here: http://www.moonconnection.com/moon_phases.phtml
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It really depends on what phase the moon was currently in as to what it looked like. It generally take 27 days for the moon to orbit the earth. You can find more information here:
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It is different every night, it depends on how much sunlight is falling on the side of the moon we see. When we see full moon the side we see is in full sunlight. When we see a small
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The moon looks different every night because of the
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The angle the sunlight hits the lunar surface at. It's very noticable through binoculars, there's more than just some of the Moon being light and some being dark, around the divide
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