Astronomy college course/Lunar Phases/Quiz(simple)/Original version of this quiz

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1 At midnight a new moon would be

western horizon
eastern horizon
overhead
below the horizon

2 At noon a third quarter moon would be

overhead
western horizon
below the horizon
eastern horizon

3 At noon a 1st quarter moon would be

western horizon
eastern horizon
overhead
below the horizon

4 At noon a new moon would be

below the horizon
overhead
western horizon
eastern horizon

5 At 6pm a new moon would be

eastern horizon
western horizon
overhead
below the horizon

6 At 6am a third quarter moon would be

overhead
eastern horizon
western horizon
below the horizon

7 At midnight a third quarter moon would be

below the horizon
eastern horizon
western horizon
overhead

8 At midnight a 1st quarter moon would be

below the horizon
overhead
eastern horizon
western horizon

9 At 6am a new moon would be

overhead
western horizon
eastern horizon
below the horizon

10 At midnight a full moon would be

below the horizon
overhead
eastern horizon
western horizon

11 At 6pm a third quarter moon would be

overhead
eastern horizon
western horizon
below the horizon

12 At 6am a 1st quarter moon would be

eastern horizon
western horizon
overhead
below the horizon

13 At noon a full moon would be

western horizon
below the horizon
eastern horizon
overhead

14 At 6pm a full moon would be

western horizon
overhead
below the horizon
eastern horizon

15 At 6pm a 1st quarter moon would be

below the horizon
overhead
western horizon
eastern horizon

16 At 6am a full moon would be

overhead
western horizon
below the horizon
eastern horizon