Visible features on the moon throughout its monthly cycle

Waxing crescent moon: Day 1

Visible features on the moon on day 1 through a telescope or binoculars
Visible features on the moon on day 1 through a telescope or binoculars. (Image credit: NASA, labeled by Spaceandtelescope.com)

Waxing crescent moon: Day 2

Visible features on the moon on day 2 through a telescope or binoculars
Visible features on the moon on day 2 through a telescope or binoculars. (Image credit: NASA, labeled by Spaceandtelescope.com)

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