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    When the moon and sun partially cancel each other out, this is what kind of tide? Spring tide Low tide Neap Tide High tide

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    A spring tide is when the Moon, Earth, and Sun fall in a straight line. These spring tides occur twice each month, during the full and new Moon, and we notice the greatest difference between high and low tide water levels. If the Moon is at perigee, the closest it approaches Earth in its orbit, the tides are especially high and low

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    thank you

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