The term 'syzygy' is referred to when the

A. Earth is at prihelion and Moon at perigee

B. Earth is at aphelion and Moon at apogee

C. Moon and Sun are at right angles with reference to the Earth

D. Moon, Sun and Earth lie along a straight line

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