Moon Blog March 18th

Today marks day twenty of our moon phase blog. You will be expected to:

  • go outside to view the moon
  • record your observations on my blog
  • include date, time and conditions of the sky when you observed
  • and include a fact you know or just learned about the moon or anything interesting about astronomy
  • maybe try the sky guide app

Make sure to proofread over what you have written to make sure that you included capital letters, proper punctuation, correct spelling and that your post makes sense. Have fun!

Moon rise time:  12:04 am

Moon set time: 10:31am

6 thoughts on “Moon Blog March 18th

  1. Today March 18th at 9:15pm. The sky was dark and cloudy. I saw the moon. The moon was so bright and beautiful. The Phase of the moon was waning gibbous.


  2. Today is 3/18/17 at 8:51 AM. The sky was mostly clear, but a little bit of clouds. I could see the moon. It was a quarter moon.

  3. Today is March 19th at 9:32am. I am looking at last night’s moon. The surface of the Moon features a huge number of impact craters from comets and asteroids that have collided with the surface over time. Because the Moon lacks an atmosphere or weather these craters remain well preserved.

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