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Why Don't Eclipses Happen Every Month?

This activity will show you how to create 3D models of the Earth, Moon and Sun and demonstrate solar and lunar eclipses. By doing so you will be able to show why we do not see eclipses at every full and new Moon.

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Astronomy clubs who regularly share the sky and the inspiration of NASA science with their communities.

A few of the Stars in the Night Sky Network:

Fort Bend Astronomy Club Fort Bend Astronomy Club
Brazosport Astronomy Club Brazosport Astronomy Club
Central Pennsylvania Observers Central Pennsylvania Observers

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