Earth,Seasons and Moon by oreo

Nile river

the nile river produced crops during the yearly flud in acient egiption times

Earth rotation

The spinning rotation of earth about its axis

Earths revolution

the movement of an object around onother

Calendars

Tells the month and day of the year

Earth tilt

The Earths tilt causes season

June

June is the brightest and longest lasting day in the northern hemispher

December

shortest amount of light for the year

March

the time of year were we start to gain light in the northern hemisphere

September

the month of the year were we loose light

Moons motion around Earth on its axis

The sideral month is the time it takes to make one complete obit around earth

Phases

The moon has phases because of the way sunlight hits the moon

Solar eclipses

When the moon the moon blocks the sun and cast a shadow

Lunar eclipses

the moon appears darkened as it passes through earths shadow

High tides
Spring tides
Neap tide

Credits:

Created with images by WikiImages - "earth soil creep moon" • Eric Hossinger - "Nile sunset and cruise boat" • jronaldlee - "2010 08 13 star trail" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Apollo 17, Earthrise over Moon" • humboldthead - "October Calender" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space" • Mister-Mastro - "2011 09 26 at the Rheine Autmn come" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Mosaic of Antarctica" • johannesgoetz - ""Lichtertanz"" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Harvest Moon at NASA Goddard" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "First Quarter" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Moon Phase and Libration, 2013 [hd video]" • Buddy_Nath - "solar eclipse sun flare" • kasabubu - "lunar eclipse natural phenomenon of sky spectacle" • Nik Cyclist - "Low tide" • Hans - "source de la sorgue source spring" • pedrol - "NEAP TIDE by Peter Laws"

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