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Approximately how long is the period of time from the new moon to the full moon phase

More than half of the moon is illuminated

Right half of moon is illuminated

At what point does the southern hemisphere have the greatest exposure to the sun

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Are you closer to the earths core or moons surface when standing at sea level?

The Earths core.


When standing at sea level are you closer to the moons surface or the earths core?

Earth's core


When standing at sea level which are you nearer to the earths core or the Moon's surface?

Earths core


When at sea level are you closer to the earths core or the Moon's surface?

Moon


When you are standing at sea level what are you closer to?

The Earth's core


What is an example of convection in earths surface?

Not within the surface rocks, but at surface level yes. Air and water both convect.


Is the level of the ocean's surface used as a reference point when measuring height of depth of the earths surface?

Yes it is.


What is the term for the height above sea level on a point on earths surface?

elevation


When you are standing at sea level which are we closest to the earths core or moon surface?

The Earth's radius is only 4000 miles (approx.). The moon is approx. 250,000 miles away. The moon loses by a lot.


At any point on earths surface its height above sea level is called what?

elevation


For any point on earths surface its height above sea level is called?

Elevation


What do you call the height above sea level point on the earths surface?

It is called the altitude.


What is any point on earths surface its height above sea level is called?

elevation


What is a reason that the ozone near the earths surface is dangerous?

Ozone at ground level is a pollutant. It is a greenhouse gas.


How does Ice change the earth's surface?

it will over flood the earths surface with melt water of the ice berg and detroy land under sea level


What is the lowest body of water on the earths surface?

The Dead Sea, with an average of about 1,312 ft. below sea level.


Air pressure at sea level?

The average is considered to be 1013.25 mb. However as much of the Earths surface is above sea level the estimation is 984.43 mb


How far does the straosphere extend above earths surface?

The stratosphere's upper limit is about 20 miles above sea level.


How far does the stratosphere extend above earth's surface?

30 feet above sea level and 50 feet above earths surface... science homework these days


What is the lowest point of earths surface?

The lowest point on the earth surface is 1200 feet below sea level . It is located in the Dead Sea in the present nation of Israel.


How far does the sratoshere extend above earths surface?

The stratosphere isn't on earth's surface, the troposphere is. The stratosphere is the next level of the atmosphere from the troposphere. the atmosphere is about 600 miles or kilometers above earth's surface.


What could happen to earths surface if there was a change in the water cycle?

There could be change in the content of water. It will affect the level of water in the water bodies.


The measure of force with which air molecules are pushing on earths surface?

The measure of force with which air molecules are pushing on earths surface is called air pressure. At sea level, at what we call standard atmospheric pressure, the pressure is about 14.696 PSI, or about 29.92 inHg, or about 760 mmHg. This is 101.324


How do you measure oil in a 1985 Honda dirt bike?

Use the dipstick. The oil level should be between the upper and the lower lines on the dipstick when bike is standing upright on a level surface.


What is the surface-level of a movie?

What is the surface-level subject in a film?