We normally draw the phases of the Moon with the terminator (the dividing line b

We normally draw the phases of the Moon with the terminator (the dividing line b

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We normally draw the phases of the Moon with the terminator (the dividing line between light andshadow) from the north pole to the south pole of the Moon. This is how the Moon would be seen if it wereon the observerʼs meridian. We can use the drawing above to determine the amount of illumination andwhether it is on the left or right hand side of the Moon.

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