Mark the location of the moon in the sky every night for a week. Your observations MUST be done at the same time each night. The purpose of this is to find out how much the moon’s position has changed relative to the background stars in a 24 hour period. You can do this by either making a sketch of the horizon and sky and showing where the moon is and the phase it’s in or by using a camera to take pictures to record the moon’s progression (if you use a camera do your best to include as much of the surrounding sky/horizon as possible).
Once all of your observations are done, put all the data together and write a ½ page single-spaced summary of what you learned.
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