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Now try to classify Earth’s movement around the Sun. com/self_check_quiz SECTION 1 Earth J ◆ 45 522-S2-MSS05_LBJ 08/16/2004 1:50 PM Page 46 The Moon— Earth’s Satellite Motions of the Moon ■ ■ ■ Identify phases of the Moon and their cause. Explain why solar and lunar eclipses occur. Infer what the Moon’s surface features may reveal about its history. Learning about the Moon can teach you about Earth. Review Vocabulary mantle: portion of the interior of a planet or moon lying between the crust and core Just as Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the Sun, the Moon rotates on its axis and revolves around Earth.

Gather astrolabe readings from students in one of those cities at the link shown below. 2. Compare your astrolabe readings. Subtract the smaller reading from the larger one. 3. Determine the distance between your star sighting location and the other city. 4. Calculate the circumference of Earth using the following relationship. Circumference ϭ (360°) ϫ (distance between locations)/difference between readings Conclude and Apply 1. Analyze how the circumference of Earth that you calculated compares with the accepted value of 40,079 km.

Earth continues to spin, making it seem as if the Sun moves across the sky until it sets at night. During night, your area of Earth has rotated so that it is facing away from the Sun. Because of this, the Sun is no longer visible to you. Earth continues to rotate steadily, and eventually the Sun comes into view again the next morning. One complete rotation takes about 24 h, or one day. How many rotations does Earth complete during one year? As you can infer from Table 1, it completes about 365 rotations during its one-year journey around the Sun.

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