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Emily Stewart why does the moon change?

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maryann carroll

on 8 June 2015

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Transcript of Emily Stewart why does the moon change?


the United States sent two probes or investigations ,from Germany in 1974 and also in 1976.the probes passed the orbit close to the sun, Mercury.
the moon, the planets, the sun and other stars, and the galaxies are all parts of Space exploration or, adventure is our human response to curiosity about the human World
Astronauts, or spacemen, from the U.S Buzz Aldrin and Neil A. Armstrong, landed their Apollo 11 lunar module on the moon on July 20, 1969. Five more landings on the moon from U.S. astronauts happened moon before the Apollo lunar program was cancelled in 1972.

why does the moon change?

On the day of October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first artificial, or not real satellite to orbit Earth, latter known as Sputnik 1
On Dec. 21, 1968, the United States launched the Apollo 8 spacecraft. This was The first piloted attempted to get to the moon.it returned to earth safely after It orbited the moon 10 times.
One Soviet probe passed close to the moon, in 1959 and another hit the moon.
Space probes have also investigated, or explored the edge of the solar system
Asteroids, and comets.

in 1962 A United States probe flew past Venus, another planet.
in 1976 Two other U.S. probes landed on Mars.
The darkening of one object in space is on another object (in this case the moon) is an eclipse.one object blocks the light of another.
When the sun becomes as dark as the moon (according to the human eye) is a solar eclipse.
As the moon passes through the earth's shadow and the moon darkens a lunar eclipse occurs.
The ancient Chinese thought a solar eclipse is when a flying dragon tried to swallow the sun in one bite.
By studying astronomers have learned lots of things about the moon. They have determine the exact place of the earth, sun, and moon.
NASA developed, or made an anti-fog coating that helps keep windows on the spacecraft clear of fog before launch. Skiers can thank NASA for helping keep their eyesight from fogging up.
NASA also made slow spring back foam and now known as memory foam which is now in pillows helmets body pads mattresses and slippers. NASA developed it in 1966 to help NASA's aircraft seats by absorbing shocks.
to develop a quartz crystal that would help the space agency keep accurate time on Earth during mission.
later incorporated into Kangaroos running shoes The 'coiled energy' technology created the fancy footwear.
to make lighter golf club shafts that would help the balls to go further The Virginia-based company Babcock & Wilcox Co. used technology to help develop it.
a swimsuit with reduced drag in 2004 was developed by Speedo USA and NASA.100 materials were tested.
NASA also helped develop todays GPS. There network pf receivers helped find changes in the earth.
NASA also helped the freeze-drying process to help make space food taste better.they began testing in the 1960s and 1970s.
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