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Lighthouse. View of a crescent moon over a lighthouse at sunrise. Lighthouses are designed to warn ships of nearby rocks, and to inform them of their position. Each lighthouse has an individual pattern of flashes by which it can be identified. The moon has a crescent shape because the lit half is mainly facing away from the Earth. The points of a crescent moon always point away from the sun, which is below the horizon here.
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