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Odyssey 5 - Earth Is Gone, but Leaves a Shadow
In the first episode of Odyssey 5, we are presented a situation in which Earth dissolves to dust. At 14:50 into the episode, we get a clear outside view of a space shuttle, the sun and the moon. Although the moon should have been a full one, we see a clear crescent. Although already gone for minutes, Earth still casts a shadow on its former satellite.
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Speedboat on 12-10-2004
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chiphead writes:
No, sorry; the moon is NOT a crescent because of the earth's shadow on it. The moon is a crescent (or any other shape) because of the angle we view it relative to the angle the sun is shining on it. The earth only has an effect on the moon's shape during a lunar eclipse.
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DAnn writes:
The Earth will cast a shadow for up to 10 minutes after it would be gone, so that's why the moon is a cresent. It had been only like 4 minutes.
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