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Lesson 3 Reading Guide - KC What is a solar eclipse? What is a lunar eclipse? How do the Moon and the Sun affect Earth’s oceans? Eclipses and Tides.

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2 Lesson 3 Reading Guide - KC What is a solar eclipse? What is a lunar eclipse? How do the Moon and the Sun affect Earth’s oceans? Eclipses and Tides

3 Lesson 3 Reading Guide - Vocab umbra penumbra solar eclipse lunar eclipse tide Eclipses and Tides

4 Lesson 3-1 Light from the Sun and other wide sources cast shadows with two distinct parts. Shadows—the Umbra and the Penumbra

5 Lesson 3-1 The umbra is the central, darker part of a shadow where light is totally blocked.umbra The penumbra is the lighter part of a shadow where light is partially blocked.penumbra Shadows—the Umbra and the Penumbra (cont.)

6 Lesson 3-1 penumbra from Latin paene, means “almost”; and umbra, means “shade, shadow” Shadows—the Umbra and the Penumbra (cont.)

7 Lesson 3-2 During the new moon phase, Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are lined up and the Moon casts a shadow on Earth's surface. When the Moon’s shadow appears on Earth’s surface, a solar eclipse is occurring.solar eclipse Solar Eclipses

8 Lesson 3-2 Solar Eclipses (cont.) Why does a solar eclipse occur only during a new moon?

9 Lesson 3-2 During a total solar eclipse, the Moon appears to cover the Sun completely. You can only see a total solar eclipse from within the Moon’s umbra.

10 Lesson 3-2 You can see a partial solar eclipse from within the Moon’s much larger penumbra. The Sun’s appearance changes during an eclipse as the moon moves in the sky. Solar Eclipses (cont.)

11 Lesson 3-2 The Moon’s orbit is tilted slightly compared to Earth’s orbit. As a result, during most new moons, Earth is either above or below the Moon’s shadow.

12 Lesson 3-3 A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon moves into Earth’s shadow.lunar eclipse Lunar Eclipses

13 Lesson 3-3 When the entire Moon moves through Earth’s umbra, a total lunar eclipse occurs. Lunar Eclipses (cont.)

14 Lesson 3-3 When only part of the Moon passes through Earth’s umbra, a partial lunar eclipse occurs. Lunar eclipses can only occur during a full moon phase, when the Moon and the Sun are on opposite sides of Earth. Lunar Eclipses (cont.)

15 Lesson 3-3 Lunar Eclipses (cont.) When can a lunar eclipse occur?

16 Lesson 3-4 A tide is the daily rise and fall of sea level.tide It is primarily the Moon’s gravity that causes Earth’s oceans to rise and fall twice each day. The Moon’s gravity is slightly stronger on the side of Earth closer to the Moon and slightly weaker on the side of Earth opposite the Moon. Tides

17 Lesson 3-4 The gravitational differences cause tidal bulges in the oceans on opposite sides of Earth. Tides (cont.)

18 Lesson 3-4 High tides occur at the tidal bulges, and low tides occur between them. Because the Sun is so far away from Earth, its effect on tides is about half that of the Moon. Tides (cont.)

19 Lesson 3-4 Spring tides occur during the full moon and new moon phases, when the Sun’s and the Moon’s gravitational effects combine and produce higher high tides and lower low tides. Tides (cont.)

20 Lesson 3-4 A neap tide occurs a week after a spring tide, when the Sun, Earth, and the Moon form a right angle and the Sun’s effect on tides reduces the Moon’s effect. Tides (cont.)

21 Lesson 3-4 Tides (cont.) Why is the Sun’s effect on tides less than the Moon’s effect?

22 Lesson 3 - VS Shadows from a wide light source have two distinct parts.

23 Lesson 3 - VS The Moon’s shadow produces solar eclipses. Earth’s shadow produces lunar eclipses.

24 Lesson 3 - VS The positions of the Moon and the Sun in relation to Earth cause gravitational differences that produce tides.

25 Lesson 3 – LR1 A.lunar eclipse B.tide C.solar eclipse D.neap tide If the Moon’s shadow appears on Earth’s surface, which of these is occurring?

26 Lesson 3 – LR2 A.the Moon’s gravity B.the Moon’s tilted orbit C.Earth’s gravity D.the Moon’s umbra What causes Earth’s tides?

27 Lesson 3 – LR3 A.umbra B.penumbra C.lunar eclipse D.tide Which of these refers to the central, darker part of a shadow where light is totally blocked?

28 Lesson 3 - Now 5.A solar eclipse happens when Earth moves between the Moon and the Sun. 6.The gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun on Earth’s oceans causes tides. Do you agree or disagree?


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