LUNAR PHASES WEB TOOL
5. Credits and Feedback

Introduction | Tutorials: 1) Time of Day ; 2) Time of Month ; 3) Direction | TOOL AND QUIZ | Beyond the Basics | Credits | For Teachers

The Lunar Phases Web Tool was developed by Larry Molnar, with technical assistance from David Priebe, Steve Bowers, and others at the Instructional Software Development Group at The University of Iowa. The images of the Earth and Moon were made using the Earth and Moon Viewer web site. It was put online in February 1998, intended for use in introductory astronomy courses. Of course, as an internet site it is freely available to anyone anywhere with web access. As of August 2003, the site has been visited by over 100,000 people from all over the world.

We want to know what you think! Please direct comments and suggestions to Larry Molnar.

This site was last modified on 2 September, 2003.


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  1. Introduction
  2. Tutorial
    1. Time of Day
    2. Time of Month
    3. Apparent Direction of Moon
  3. Lunar Phases Tool and Quiz
  4. Going Beyond the Basics
  5. Credits and Feedback
  6. Note for Teachers