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Topic: Moon Observations

Topic Posted by: Melissa Cheung
Date Posted: Mon Feb 15 5:09:06 US/Eastern 1999
Topic Description: Has keeping a Moon Journal helped you umderstand the Moon's behavior or has it made it seem more puzzling? Here's a chance for you to pose questions and share insights about your moon observations.

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Posted by: liane (garlandl@sau25.net )
Date posted: Fri Mar 5 14:43:02 US/Eastern 1999
Subject: moon
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The results show that we really don't know what happens to the moon! We think we notice it, but really don't. One thing I found surprising is that there were hardly any "Don't know" answers! We think we know it all! Does any one know what the moon that is visible during the day is called?


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Subject: moon
Reply Posted by: Sharon Pearson
Date Posted: Mon May 7 22:17:31 2001
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It seems the discussion always gets back to the same question--tell or discover? Is there a time to tell? What about the student who will never discover? Will he/she discover another year down the road? How much time is too much time? Is there ever too much time? Is there ever enough time?


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