What does the moon look 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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A new moon is difficult to see because the moon is in the shadow of the Earth. You would have to know where in the sky to look to be able to see a new moon.
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the moon looked like it was orange that's what I think -Casey Burroughs
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Um. If youve read the books Robert Pattinson will look like Edward, in new moon & he will look the same throughout the whole movie series', unless they change his appearance which
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