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  • One theory is that the Moon came from the Earth. It is theorized that a Mars sized object struck the Earth tossing huge amount of the mantle up into space
    451 bytes (74 words) - 18:25, 8 July 2015
  • like the stars and planets, the Moon doesn't stay fixed in the sky but slowly moves as the Earth rotates and as the Moon moves through its orbit about the
    7 KB (1,378 words) - 21:21, 29 August 2013
  • Moon is the natural satellite of the Earth. (Other planets also have moons also called natural satellites.) The Moon can be seen from Earth. The Moon
    1 KB (167 words) - 02:10, 31 May 2016
  • The Moon's diameter is 3476 kilometers, or 0.2764 times that of Earth. This makes the Moon far larger relative to its planet than any other planetary moon
    258 bytes (46 words) - 19:13, 28 August 2010
  • Earth, Moon, and Sun Planet Earth Earth's Motions Earth's Moon The Sun The Sun and the Earth-Moon System ← Recent Space Exploration · Planet Earth → ←
    236 bytes (33 words) - 02:28, 6 May 2010
  • The Moon has no atmosphere due to its weak gravity. It is composed of a 800 km thick lithosphere, covering a core of thin magma. The moon is a complex
    5 KB (724 words) - 20:03, 23 April 2015
  • cluster is scattered over an area of the sky almost the size of the full moon and is located 2,800 w:parsecs from Earth. "SIMBAD Astronomical Database"
    578 bytes (98 words) - 13:12, 7 September 2009
  • Moon and Stars The bright moon and twinkling little stars form a beautiful picture. The moon, would you please tell me why you sometimes are a "crescent"
    2 KB (239 words) - 10:37, 23 May 2016
  • example selects the Moon, sets the Coordinate System to chase, and then goes to the Moon: CEL: select { object "Sol/Earth/Moon" } chase { } goto
    2 KB (259 words) - 18:19, 4 March 2011
  • the Earth falls on the Moon, because the Earth is in a position where it blocks the light from the Sun. Likewise, when the Moon interposes itself between
    8 KB (1,567 words) - 01:56, 30 August 2013
  • The moon Bright moonlight before the bed, having suspicion that frost is on the ground. Lifting the head and looking at the bright moon, the head bows
    455 bytes (47 words) - 17:28, 15 May 2016
  • surface of the Moon (Figure 24.12). Neil Armstrong was the commander of the mission, and he was the first human to ever step foot on the Moon. No other place
    10 KB (1,617 words) - 18:03, 17 April 2015
  • its moon. The Moon or Luna is 384,000 kilometers from the Earth. It has a radius of 1,738 kilometer and weighs 7.35 x 10^22 kilograms. The moon is 1/80th
    887 bytes (160 words) - 23:22, 22 November 2013
  • eclipse. Because the Moon's orbit around Earth is an ellipse, not a circle, the Moon's distance from Earth varies. When the Moon is far from Earth it
    9 KB (1,685 words) - 01:02, 18 November 2011
  • movements of the Earth, Moon, and Sun affect different phenomena on Earth, including day and night, the seasons, tides, and phases of the Moon. Describe how Earth's
    14 KB (2,340 words) - 20:17, 18 May 2016
  • position of the Moon. moon = celestia:find("Sol/Earth/Moon") moonpos = moon:getposition() -- Calculate new position halfway Earth - Moon. newpos = earthpos
    61 KB (9,705 words) - 11:25, 23 December 2012
  • The question explicitly gives the moon's mass, the distance to the moon, and the time for one orbit of the moon with mass in the correct units but all
    4 KB (790 words) - 13:19, 9 August 2010
  • ← Kofi Annan | Order Visualized → Ban Ki-moon (born June 13, 1944) is a South Korean diplomat and the current Secretary-General of the United Nations
    4 KB (679 words) - 11:40, 11 November 2011
  • also called the Moon Rabbit, is a rabbit that lives on the moon. In Chinese folklore, it is often portrayed as a companion of the moon goddess Chang'e
    2 KB (401 words) - 16:04, 26 September 2012
  • lesser one He made to rule the night - - our moon. Just think of God’s great power, that He could put the sun, moon and stars into the sky and make our earth
    6 KB (850 words) - 02:45, 22 September 2013

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