Moon Blog March 20th

Today marks day twenty-two 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:  1:51am

Moon set time: 11:54am

11 thoughts on “Moon Blog March 20th

  1. Today is March 20 and 2017 and the time is 7:41pm and I did not see the moon. You know how sometimes you say,”The moon is not out.” Well guess what, that is not true. Research says the the moon is always there but not facing your direction when you do not see the moon. If I was on the other side of the earth then I would see the moon, but since I am not on the other side I do not see the moon. Other wise if you do not see the moon then the moon did not rise or already set.

  2. Today is March 20th at the time of 8:16 PM. The sky was clear and I could not see the moon but only the stars. Based on what we learned in class I learned that the moon has phases because of the way it orbits around the sun; have you ever noticed that the moon has changed place in the sky? That is because of it’s orbit. 🙂

  3. Today is March 21st 7:24 A.M but this blog is for the 20th. The sky is cloudy. Sadly, I don’t see the moon! I think it’s the last quarter, but I could be wrong. According to Science Kids, A last quarter moon looks half-illuminated. It rises around midnight, appears at its highest in the sky at dawn, and sets around noon.

  4. Today March 21 (moon of march 20) at 7:15am. The sky was cloudy and a little sunny. I did not see the moon. I think I did not see the moon because the sun came out already and is covering the moon.


  5. Today is March 21st 2017, at 8:08 am. I couldn’t see the moon. On skygiude The moon moon was starting to become a waning cresent.

  6. Today is March 21st at 9:03am and I am looking at last night’s moon. It is a waning gibbous. The Moon orbits the Earth every 27.3 days.

  7. Today is March 21 at 8:50 am. The sky was cloudy the moon was a waning crescent. I only could see a sliver of the moon.

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