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The amount of the lighted side of the moon you can see is the same during?

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first quarter and third quarter phase.
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Why do you see the same side of the moon?

Answer   Because of the proximity of the moon to the earth and the effect of the earth's gravitation on the moon, the moon has experienced tidal locking and is now in wha

Why we see the same side of the moon?

in northern hemisphere the sunlit part of the moon moves from right to left and in the southern hemisphere the sunlit part of the moon moves from left to right

Why do you always see the same side of the Moon?

Relative to the Earth, the Moon makes one rotation every 27.32 days. That happens to also be the time it takes for the Moon to complete one revolution around the Earth. Theref

What is this called during these moon phases the amount of the lighted side that can be seen begins to decrease?

  The phases where less of the moon is seen are called "waning", "waxing" refers to an increasing amount of visible moon.

The amount of lighted side of the moon you can see is the same during?

new moon and full moon phase .

Do we all see the same side of the moon?

Yes. The only people who have seen the other side *first hand* are the astronauts who went up there, and I'm glad they took pictures. The moon is rotating at the same rate it

Full Moon

Do you see the same side of the moon?

Yes. Because of its locked orbit, the same side of the moon always faces the Earth.

When can you see the lighted side of the moon?

Provided your sky is clear and you know when and where to look, you can see at least some of the moon's lighted side on roughly 26 days/nights out of every 29. At the time

Can you always see the same amount of illuminated side of the moon from earth?

No. The amount of the Moon visible from the Earth varies, depending on the phase of the Moon. At Full Moon, you see nearly all of the Moon's illuminated side. At New Moon, y

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What do you see same side of the moon?

The question may mean "Why?" not "What?" That question is answered elsewhere.

waning

Why do you always sees the same side of the moon?

Because the period of the Moon's revolution around the Earth and the period of the Moon's rotation on its axis are precisely equal.

The amount of the lighted side of the moon you can see is the same during-?

You can see the same amount of the moon during the first and last  quarter, as well as during each half.

Can we always see the same amount of the illuminated side of the moon from earth?

No, the amount seen varies with the phase of the moon.