@jsnestorricardo18 asked 7 months ago.

How long does it take the moon to go through a full cycle of phases?

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@loxonoboss answered 6 months ago.

The moon goes through a full cycle of phases once every 29.5 days. The cycle begins with the waxing crescent moon and ends with the waning crescent moon. The moon’s phases have to do with how much of the moon’s surface is illuminated by the sun.
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@ilolawe answered 6 months ago.

The moon goes through a full cycle of phases every 29.5 days, meaning it takes just over a month to go through a full cycle of phases from the new moon to the full moon and back again to the new moon.
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@kazidderinn answered 6 months ago.

It takes about 29.5 days for the moon to go through a full cycle, from new to full and back to new again.
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@gofusettunna answered 6 months ago.

The moon takes about 29.5 days to go through one complete cycle of phases.
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@vellehujezu answered 6 months ago.

The moon goes through a full cycle of phases every 29.5 days.

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