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The cycle of the moon through its phases, or the synodic month, is A. 21 days long. B. 27 1/3 days long. C. 29 1/2 days long. D. 30 days long.
The cycle of the moon through its phases, or the synodic month, is 29 1/2 days long.
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Weegy: Answer is A. When the Moon travels completely into the Earth's umbra, one observes a total lunar eclipse. (More)
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During a total lunar eclipse, the moon moves into Earth’s umbra.
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