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Posted by Brad on September 29, 2005 21:47:55 UTC

So, the Earth is stationary in the Moon's sky? When the Earth goes through phases are they opposite? So when we see full Moon, an observer from the Moon would see "new" Earth. No this isn't homework or really an assignment for that matter. More like a study guide for an upcoming quiz. Thanks

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