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Where do the phases of the moon occur?


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Answered 2013-07-23 21:08:32

The phases of the moon can be observed from any location on Earth.

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No. A lunar eclipse is caused when the Moon passes through the shadow cast by the Earth; this can only occur when the Moon is full.


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