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MOON WATCHING
To know whether the moon you see tonight will be bigger or smaller tomorrow night - In the Northern Hemisphere, the moon spells "DOC" each month - first it looks like a "D" (waxing moon), then an "O" (full), then a "C" (waning.) South of the equator, it's just backwards and the word is "COD" - "C" moons will grow and "D" moons will shrink.
Kate Gladstone, Brooklyn, NY, USA
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