Stainless Steel 3D Printed Moon Phase Necklace by Sci Chic Science Jewelry
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3D Printed Moon Phase Necklace by Sci Chic Science Jewelry
3D Printed Moon Phase Necklace by Sci Chic Science Jewelry

Moon Phase Necklace FINAL ORDERS

Regular price $49.99

FINAL ORDER:

By popular demand, we will be doing one final production run of Moon Phase Necklaces before we close our doors. ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY NOVEMBER 16. They will be custom printed for you with a 30 day production time and shipped through USPS with 3 day shipping. Expect arrival in about a month from placement or order.

 

Description:

Shoot for the moon and land among the stars. Wear the phases of the moon from new to full with our best-selling Moon Phase Necklace! The necklace is created using 3D printing and is hand assembled onto the chain.

 

  • 6.5cm tall metal pendant
  • Chain Material: .925 sterling silver-plated
  • Chain Necklace Size: 1.2mm thickness, 51 cm (18 inches) in length
  • 3D Printed in the USA
  • Comes in organza bag
  • Available in Stainless Steel, Grey Steel, Silver (Our most popular material is Stainless Steel)

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The Science:

The phases of the moon are caused by a different portion of the lit side of the moon facing the Earth. As the moon orbits the Earth, a different portion of the sunlit side faces the Earth. At a new moon, none of this side of the moon is visible. This results in a completely black moon in the night sky. At the full moon, the entire sunlight side is visible.

As the moon transitions from new moon to full moon, it is referred to as waxing. The sunlit side is becoming more visible. As the moon transitions from full moon to new moon it is referred to as waning. The sunlit side is becoming less visible.

All of the phases of the moon are listed to the left. Each phase lasts about 7.4 days. They lengths vary slightly because of the moon's orbits slightly elliptical shape.