Keyfra Photography kept her eye on the sky and noticed something full of craters—the Moon.
Earth’s ruinous satellite can easily be seen while it’s in a waning gibbous phase, and it tends to be observable throughout the early morning (depending on location). Which means many people are likely to see this particular phase as their taking out the trash or walking their canine to the nearest fire hydrant.
The Moon has two distinct gibbous phases:
Waxing gibbous phase (right side illuminated)
Waning gibbous phase (left side illuminated)
Remember: If the Moon doesn’t look quite full, but it’s sort of full…then it’s safe to say the Moon is in a gibbous phase. Very scientific. I know.