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Earth's Moon research project

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ben yokley

on 18 April 2013

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Earth's Moon
worlds biggest night light what it IS and characteristics natural satellite no atmosphere perigee; closest to earth apogee; farthest from earth elliptical orbit; can see slightly different side each time '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' moons name and how luna rode across sky at night moonless nights moons name and how Luna protected crops moonless nights Roman
mythology Formed 4.5 billion ago 30-50 mill after solar system collision small pre-Earth and object spun faster at first slowed down lock position same side moon and surfing? moon's pull stronger closer pull on the water, makes waves stretched toward moon Apollo missions Apollo 11
apollo 12
Apollo 13-failed(Movie)
Apollo 15
Apollo 16
Apollo 17 Resources TheMoonthenineplanets.web.4/10/13.org/ Elaine Fantham WorldBook2002.u.s.a:Scott Fetzer 2002, Print Sources TheMoonthenineplanets.web.4/10/13.http://nineplanets.org Elaine Fantham WorldBook2002.u.s.a:Scott Fetzer2002, Print TheNewBookofKnowledgeVolume12MDanburyConnectictScholasticLibrarypublishingInc.2005, Print Jen HeldmannNASALunarScienceInstituteNASA.Web.4/10/13.http://LunarScience.nasa.gov/aricles/NASA-Scientist-Jen-Heldmann-desribes-how-the-Earth's-moon-was-formed/ by: Ben Yokley
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