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  1. Warm-up: 2/1/12 • Log onto Edmodo and complete the conclusion questions from yesterday’s solar system scale model demonstration.

  2. Warm-up #3 • 38,400,000,000,000 km away 38,400,000,000,000 km / 10,000 km = 3,840,000,000 mm • 3,840,000,000 mm / 1000 mm (in 1 m) = 3,840,000 m • 3,840,000 m / 1000 m (in 1 km) = 3,840 km

  3. Moon Phase Wheel Practice Formative Assessment

  4. 1. Identify this phase

  5. 2. Identify this phase

  6. 3. Identify this phase

  7. 4. Identify this phase

  8. Question 5 • If the moon were rising at noon, what would be its phase?

  9. Question 6 • If there was a full moon in the sky, at what time would it set?

  10. Question 7 • If the moon is currently in the middle of the waxing crescent phase, at what time would it be highest in the sky? (southern sky)

  11. Question 8 • At what time does the waning gibbous moon set?

  12. Moon Phase Wheel Practice 2

  13. Question 1 • At 3 am, what moon phase would be rising?

  14. Question 2 • At 9 pm, what moon phase would be setting?

  15. Question 3 • At what time would the first quarter moon be at its highest point in the sky?

  16. Question 4 • At what time would the new moon rise?

  17. Moon Wheel Practice 3 • Identifying phases & using the wheel

  18. 1. Identify the phase

  19. 2. Identify the phase

  20. 3. Identify the phase

  21. 4. Identify the phase

  22. Question 5 • At 3 am, what phase would you see in the eastern sky?

  23. Question 6 • At 6 pm, what phase would you see setting?

  24. Question 7 • At what time does the last quarter moon set?

  25. Question 8 • At what time would you see the full moon at its highest point in the sky?