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www.nasa.gov

The Moon's phases in Oreos



Use the placemat on the second page as
a guide.


Then open up some Oreo cookies and scrape off the creme filling to make the

four major phases of the Moon

(shown
the right).



These Oreo "Moons" show how the Moon

looks
from Earth during these phases.

Why does the Moon look different
throughout the Month?

he Moon has "phases." That means it looks a
ittle different to us each night during its one-
onth orbit of our planet.

New Moon:
First Quarter:

Full Moon:

Third Quarter:

We describe how the Moon looks with terms such as "Full Moon," "First
Quarter," and "New Moon" (which we can't really see, because the side that
is lit faces away from us).

The Moon has no light of its own. Moonlight is sunlight bouncing off the
Moon's surface. As the Moon orbits Earth, the Sun lights up whatever side of

the Moon is facing it. To

the Sun, it's always a full

Moon! If you were looking

down upon Earth and its

Moon from way out in

space over the North Pole,

you would see a Moon

that

looked like one of these
(see picture).

But we see the Moon from

the center of its orbit. So

we see different portions
of the lit side of the Moon.
Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

www.nasa.gov

www.nasa.gov

The Moon's phases in Oreos



Use the placemat on the second page as
a guide.


Then open up some Oreo cookies and scrape off the creme filling to make the

four major phases of the Moon

(shown
the right).



These Oreo "Moons" show how the Moon

looks
from Earth during these phases.

Why does the Moon look different
throughout the Month?

he Moon has "phases." That means it looks a
ittle different to us each night during its one-
onth orbit of our planet.

New Moon:
First Quarter:

Full Moon:

Third Quarter:

We describe how the Moon looks with terms such as "Full Moon," "First
Quarter," and "New Moon" (which we can't really see, because the side that
is lit faces away from us).

The Moon has no light of its own. Moonlight is sunlight bouncing off the
Moon's surface. As the Moon orbits Earth, the Sun lights up whatever side of

the Moon is facing it. To

the Sun, it's always a full

Moon! If you were looking

down upon Earth and its

Moon from way out in

space over the North Pole,

you would see a Moon

that

looked like one of these
(see picture).

But we see the Moon from

the center of its orbit. So

we see different portions
of the lit side of the Moon.
Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

www.nasa.gov

www.nasa.gov

The Moon's phases in Oreos



Use the placemat on the second page as
a guide.


Then open up some Oreo cookies and scrape off the creme filling to make the

four major phases of the Moon

(shown
the right).



These Oreo "Moons" show how the Moon

looks
from Earth during these phases.

Why does the Moon look different
throughout the Month?

he Moon has "phases." That means it looks a
ittle different to us each night during its one-
onth orbit of our planet.

New Moon:
First Quarter:

Full Moon:

Third Quarter:

We describe how the Moon looks with terms such as "Full Moon," "First
Quarter," and "New Moon" (which we can't really see, because the side that
is lit faces away from us).

The Moon has no light of its own. Moonlight is sunlight bouncing off the
Moon's surface. As the Moon orbits Earth, the Sun lights up whatever side of

the Moon is facing it. To

the Sun, it's always a full

Moon! If you were looking

down upon Earth and its

Moon from way out in

space over the North Pole,

you would see a Moon

that

looked like one of these
(see picture).

But we see the Moon from

the center of its orbit. So

we see different portions
of the lit side of the Moon.
Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

Find this activity online visiting NASA’s Space Place website: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon.
Find more fun activities at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/menu/do.

www.nasa.gov



Fáze měsíce ze sušenek

PDF file: https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/oreo-moon/oreo-moon.pdf

Microsoft Word - oreo-moon.docx (Alex H Kasprak)



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