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The Light of the Slivery Moon

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The captivating crescent may be the Moon's most fascinating phase. See why, where, and when it occurs in a free sample article from The 2011 Old Farmer's Almanac, "The Light of the Slivery Moon."

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It is absolutely beautiful

By BethanyP

It is absolutely beautiful and mysterious as well. It doesn't matter where you are, the moon is something to be admired. It brings a sense of home even when you are traveling elsewhere.



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Great article! I'll

By farmerboy96

Great article! I'll definitely be using my telescope to look at the Moon in the crescent phase.

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