Faces of the Moon: Moon Gazer's Wheel
The perfect item to help anyone get started in astronomy - no telescope required!
The Moon Gazers' Wheel is a unique, new interactive guide to the Moon - sure to make Moon gazing fun, informative, and easy for anyone to do.
Just rotate the chart to match the Moon in the sky with the phase illustrations shown in the cutout. When the phases match, it tells you:
- the name of the phase
- the Moon's position in orbit
- the day of the lunar month
- the Moon's rise and set time, and
- the time of day, or night that this phase is visible in the sky.
All you ever needed to know about the Moon in the palm of your hand. A wonderful field guide to explore our Moon and the celestial workings behind her ever-changing face.
The perfect companion to Faces of the Moon.
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Author & Illustrator Bios:Bob Crelin, author
Bob Crelin is the author of There Once was a Sky Full of Stars. Bob was awarded the Astronomical League's Walter Scott Hudson Award for his tireless work to preserve the night sky for future generations. He lives in Guilford, Connecticut.
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Leslie Evans, illustrator
Leslie Evans has illustrated many books including Leaf Jumpers, The Yummy Alphabet Book, and the Alphabet Acrostic series (Clarion). Leslie lives in Watertown, Massachusetts, where she delights in her daily walks along the Charles river with her dog, Clyde.
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Moon Gazer's Wheel
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