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    The moon is by far the biggest and most easily recognizable object in earth’s atmosphere that can be perceived by the naked eye on a cloudless night. It is hypothesized that it came into existence nearly 4.5 billion years ago, from residual debris after a planetary body collided with earth. Although, considered the runner-up to the sun as the second brightest object in the sky, its illumination is deceitful, insomuch as the moon is not a source of light, but instead reflects the sun’s illumination

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    Moon was noted to be illuminated on the right side and had a dark shadow on the left side indicating a waxing phase. The light region grew over the surface of the Moon with each subsequent night. The first night’s phase was waxing crescent with over 25 percent of the Moon lit up. The next night, the light had grown to cover more of the Moon as it continued through its waxing crescent phase. On November 10th, the Moon exhibited traits of being at first-quarter or half-moon status because at least 50

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    more, the waxing gibbous becomes a waning gibbous (Murrary 161). Following the third quarter is the waning crescent, which stays until the light is completely gone then it becomes a new moon (Lawler 2018). In conclusion we have now learned all the phases of the moon, just as an astronomer would have done! The moon is not always in the same place in the sky each day/night. Sometimes we see the moon in the daytime. Sometimes we see the moon at night, and on special occasions we may not see the moon

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    also references some scholarly supplements such as McCluskey to provide a better and proper understanding of observations of the sky. Then, this essay will interpret how to use moon-related materials to observe the sky, for example how to apply the phase or position of the moon to determine celestial phenomenon. Afterwards, this essay will discuss the moon-related cultural background and mythological story in pre-medieval Europe, to show the relationship between folk and the moon at that time. Overall

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    The Path of Friendship

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    "Hello?" Her stressed and tired tones channeled across the phone wire. "Hi," I answered. "Hellooooo! What's up?" With the recognition her voice instantly became light and easy. "Nothing. Hey, guess what? I have to write a personal narrative. No one here knows me well enough to help, so I thought I'd call you." "A personal narrative, huh? What are you gonna write about?" "I don't know. That's why I called you. The only recent life-changing occurrence that comes to mind is...well

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    Basho's Journey

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    Basho 1. Where and when does Basho start his travels? Basho’s journey starts from a 17th Century Japanese city called Edo (present-day Tokyo). He had a cottage in a quiet, rural part of the city. He left Edo in the Spring season, “ It was the Twenty-seventh Day, almost the end of the Third Month.” (p. 2112) 2. Why does Basho start his travels? Like many of us do, Basho was beginning to question the purpose of his existence. In comparison to what Dante was going through during the time he wrote

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    The film Two Cars, One night directed by Taika Waititi and the children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, explore two key concepts of the human condition, characterised by the growth from immaturity to maturity and its contribution to the developing of relationships. In Two Cars, One Night, the gap in-between the cars represent a battleground between two forts, with insults such as “Hey ugly, ugly girl” and “Hey dick, I mean boy” thrown to and fro yet

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    came home to me in my writerly life. I began to notice that when the moon was most aglow I was as voluble as Shakespeare, a cacophony of voices struggling to be heard, like a high volum... ... middle of paper ... ...discovered recently that the lunar month is getting longer, a bit less than a fiftieth of a second every century. Can you blame the Humane Society and Prudential for not dirtying up their calendar with every full-, new-, gibbous- and crescent moon? Crowding out National Mullet Day,

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    George MacDonald's The Princess and the Goblin The moon has been worshipped as a female deity since the beginning of time. Not only is the moon a feminine principle, it is also a symbol of transformation due to its own monthly cycle of change. With this in mind, it is clear upon a close reading of The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald that the grandmother figure is a personification of the moon, and as such is a catalyzing agent for Irene's maturation and transformation through the

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    Celestial Objects: The Phases of The Moon

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    tell between months, one uses the phases of the moon. In that respect it can be assumed that the Bible, which was written more than two thousand years ago, was indeed, correct. But what about the portions that say that those same celestial bodies are used by God as divine signs? The moon is mentioned abundantly in the scripture, many researches say the phases of the moon have a direct relationship with what occurs around the world. Judy Isacoff writes "The phases of the moon are a significant part

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