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[自然百科] 【整理】2008-03-27 The Moon 月亮的故事

月亮的故事

 

The Moon has always been a source of boundless fascination since ancient times. It changes its shape and location with great rapidity in the sky. It is also our closed neighbor and the only other body, besides the Earth, that humans have ever walked upon.

 

 



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Whether it was believed to have been a big ball of cheese home to the men in the Moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the Moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient times to today.

Just one quarter the size of Earth, the Moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the Universe. But since it's only 240,000 miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

Many scientists believe the Moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck Earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet, like the rings of Saturn. Over time , this cloud of fragments came together to form the Moon. Since it has little, if any atmosphere to protect it, the Moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until
Galileo pointed a telescope at the Moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

The Moon orbits the Earth like the Earth orbits the Sun. Since the Moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the Sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly
revolution, depending on its position. We call these varying views "phases". When the Moon is on the far side of the Earth, away from the Sun, the Moon is fully illuminated or full. As the Moon travels around the Earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it, resulting in crescent moons and half moons. When the Moon is directly between the Earth and the Sun, light falls on the far side of the Moon, blocked from Earth's view, the Moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the Moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions, a full moon passes through Earth's shadow, and the Sun's light is blocked, this is called "the total lunar eclipse."

The Moon has quite an effect on our planet. As Earth turns, the Moon's gravity tugs on our oceans, creating the tides. Tidal forces have carved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar ice caps and influenced the rhythms of life.

Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 春山如笑 于 2008-3-29 20:57 编辑 ]

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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese,home to the man in the moon,or possess the power to turn people into werewolves.The moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from acient time to today.Just one quarter the size of the Earth,moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe.But since it's only 240 thousand miles away,a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space.Nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago.One theory is that a huge / struck earth with such force that rock and / were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn.Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon.Since it is little / any atmosphere to protect it.The moon has been and continues to be / by space debris.The evidence appears all over its dusty surface.Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters.It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon at 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun.Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects lights from the sun.We see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending its position.We call these varying views--phases.When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun,the moon is fully illuminated or full.As the moon travel around the earth,we can see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons.When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun,light falls on the far side of the moon,blocked from earth's view,the moon is dark or new.It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle.On rare occassions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sunlight is blocked.This is called a total lunary eclipse.The moon has quite an effect on our planet.As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides.Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines,buoy its polar icecaps and influence the rhythm of life.Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.

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Whether it was believed to have been a big ball of cheese home to the men in the Moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the Moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient times to today.

Just one quarter the size of Earth, the Moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the Universe. But since it's only 240,000 miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

Many scientists believe the Moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck Earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet, like the rings of Saturn. Over time , this cloud of fragments came together to form the Moon. Since it has little, if any atmosphere to protect it, the Moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until
Galileo pointed a telescope at the Moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

The Moon orbits the Earth like the Earth orbits the Sun. Since the Moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the Sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly
revolution, depending on its position. We call these varying views "phases". When the Moon is on the far side of the Earth, away from the Sun, the Moon is fully illuminated or full. As the Moon travels around the Earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it, resulting in crescent moons and half moons. When the Moon is directly between the Earth and the Sun, light falls on the far side of the Moon, blocked from Earth's view, the Moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the Moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions, a full moon passes through Earth's shadow, and the Sun's light is blocked, this is called "the total lunar eclipse."

The Moon has quite an effect on our planet. As Earth turns, the Moon's gravity tugs on our oceans, creating the tides. Tidal forces have carved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar ice caps and influenced the rhythms of life.

Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.


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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little, as if any, atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features. The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects lights from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sunlight is blocked. This is called a total lunary eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.

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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little, as if any, atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features. The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunary eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.

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whether it was believe to be a big ball of cheese,hold the man in the moon,or possess the power to turn people in the werewolves,the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from accient times to today. just one quarter the size of the earth ,the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe.but since it is only 240 thousand miles away,a relatively sort distance when compared with the vastness of space,nothing looms larger in the night sky. many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6billion years ago.one theory is that the huge asteriods struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of saturn.over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon.since it is little if any atmosphere to protect it.the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris.the evidence appears all over its dusty surface. its entire surface is pocked with 10 of thousands of craters,it was't until the galileo pointed a telescope at the moon in 1609,that wo got the first close look at its features.the moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun,since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun,we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on this position.we call these varying views phases,when the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun,the moon is fully illuminated of full.as the moon travels around the earth,we can only see the sun light falling on part of it.resulting increscent moons and half moons.when the moon is directly between the earth and the sun,light falls on the far side of the moon,blocked from the earth of the view.the moon is dark or new,it takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle.on rare ocassions of full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked.this is called a total lunary eclipse.the moon has quite an effect on our planet,as earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on the ocean creating the tides.tidal forces have curved the planet's coastlines,buoyed its polar icecaps and influnenced the rhythm of life. a nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than the a beautiful view.

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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little of any atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features. The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunar eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbor is a lot more than a beautiful view.

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     Whether it was believed to have been a big ball of cheese home to the men in the Moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the Moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient times to today.

     Just one quarter the size of Earth, the Moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the Universe. But since it's only 240,000 miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

      Many scientists believe the Moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck Earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet, like the rings of Saturn. Over time , this cloud of fragments came together to form the Moon. Since it has little, if any atmosphere to protect it, the Moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until
Galileo pointed a telescope at the Moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

     The Moon orbits the Earth like the Earth orbits the Sun. Since the Moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the Sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly
revolution, depending on its position. We call these varying views "phases". When the Moon is on the far side of the Earth, away from the Sun, the Moon is fully illuminated or full. As the Moon travels around the Earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it, resulting in crescent moons and half moons. When the Moon is directly between the Earth and the Sun, light falls on the far side of the Moon, blocked from Earth's view, the Moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the Moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions, a full moon passes through Earth's shadow, and the Sun's light is blocked, this is called "the total lunar eclipse."

     The Moon has quite an effect on our planet. As Earth turns, the Moon's gravity tugs on our oceans, creating the tides. Tidal forces have carved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar ice caps and influenced the rhythms of life.

    Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.

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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little of any atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features. The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunar eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbor is a lot more than a beautiful view.

 

 

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Homework Whether it was belived to have been a big bowl of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possessed power to turn people in the rare worlds. The moon is being the perpetual source of wonder, from ancient times, to today. Just one quarter the size of earth. the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe,but since it's only 2,4500 miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing loose marges in the night sky. Many scientists believed the moon form about 4.6billion years ago. one theory is that the huge asteroids stuggled with such force, that rock and the nebulae were shined to the orbit around the planet, like the brinks of the center. Over time, this cloud fragments came together to form the moon, since it's little and many atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombard by space degree. the evidence appears all over its dusty surface, it's entire surface is hot with tens of thousands of craters, it wasn't until Galloleo appointed telescope by the moon in 1609, then we got the first close look at its features. the moon orbits the earth, like the earth orbits the sun, since the moon doesn't shine on its own, but only reflects the light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution, depending on its position, we called this very views-phases. when the moon is on the far side of the earth, away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated, or fall as the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sun light falling on part of it, resulting in crescent moons and half moons, when the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth view. the moon is dark or new. it takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. on rare occasions, a full moon passes the earth shadow and the sun's light is blocked, this is called total lunar eclipse. the moon has quite an effect on earth plant. as earth turns, the moon's gavity tugs on the oceans, creating the tides. the tidel forces curb the plant's coast line void its cold ice caps and influence the rivers' life. Our nearest celestial neighbour has a lot more then the beautiful view.

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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little of any atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

 

The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunary eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have carved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbor is a lot more than a beautiful view.

 

[ 本帖最后由 笨鸟追日 于 2008-3-29 09:29 编辑 ]
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    Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese, home to the man in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient times to today. Just one quarter the size of earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

    Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it is little of any atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at the moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

    The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting in crescent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunar eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns, the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. Tidal forces have carved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbor is a lot more than a beautiful view.

[ 本帖最后由 nekojun 于 2008-3-29 10:43 编辑 ]
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Whether it was believed to have been a big ball of cheese, home to the men in the moon, or possess the power to turn people into werewolves, the moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from ancient time to today. Just one quarter the size of the Earth, the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe. But since it's only 240 thousand miles away, a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space, nothing looms larger in the night sky.

 

Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago. One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn. Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon. Since it has little of any atmosphere to protect it, the moon has been and continues to be bombarded by space debris. The evidence appears all over its dusty surface. Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters. It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon in 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.

 

The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun. Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects light from the sun, we see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position. We call these varying views--phases. When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun, the moon is fully illuminated or full. As the moon travels around the earth, we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting in crescent moons and half moons. When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun, light falls on the far side of the moon, blocked from earth's view, the moon is dark or new. It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle. On rare occasions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sun's light is blocked. This is called a total lunar eclipse. The moon has quite an effect on our planet. As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides. The tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines, buoyed its polar icecaps and influenced the rhythm of life. Our nearest celestial neighbor is a lot more than a beautiful view.



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homework Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese,home to the man in the moon,or possess the power to turn people into werewolves.The moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from acient time to today.Just one quarter the size of the Earth,moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe.But since it's only 240 thousand miles away,a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space.Nothing looms larger in the night sky.Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago.One theory is that a huge / struck earth with such force that rock and / were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn.Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon.Since it is little / any atmosphere to protect it.The moon has been and continues to be / by space debris.The evidence appears all over its dusty surface.Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters.It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon at 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun.Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects lights from the sun.We see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending its position.We call these varying views--phases.When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun,the moon is fully illuminated or full.As the moon travel around the earth,we can see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons.When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun,light falls on the far side of the moon,blocked from earth's view,the moon is dark or new.It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle.On rare occassions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sunlight is blocked.This is called a total lunary eclipse.The moon has quite an effect on our planet.As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides.Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines,buoy its polar icecaps and influence the rhythm of life.Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.
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Whether it was believed to be a big ball of cheese,home to the man in the moon,or possess the power to turn people into werewolves.The moon has been a perpetual source of wonder from acient times to today.Just one quarter the size of the Earth,the moon is small compared to other more spectacular bodies in the universe.But since it's only 240 thousand miles away,a relatively short distance when compared with the vastness of space.Nothing looms larger in the night sky. Many scientists believe the moon formed about 4.6 billion years ago.One theory is that a huge asteroid struck earth with such force that rock and debris were shot into orbit around the planet like the rings of Saturn.Over time this cloud of fragments came together to form the moon.Since it is little any atmosphere to protect it.The moon has been and continues to be by space debris.The evidence appears all over its dusty surface.Its entire surface is pocked with tens of thousands of craters.It wasn't until Galileo pointed a telescope at moon at 1609 that we got the first close look at its features.The moon orbits the earth like the earth orbits the sun.Since the moon doesn't shine on its own but only reflects lights from the sun.We see more or less of it during its monthly revolution depending on its position.We call these varying views--phases.When the moon is on the far side of the earth away from the sun,the moon is fully illuminated or full.As the moon travel around the earth,we can only see the sunlight falling on part of it resulting increscent moons and half moons.When the moon is directly between the earth and the sun,light falls on the far side of the moon,blocked from earth's view,the moon is dark or new.It takes about 29 days for the moon to complete its cycle.On rare occassions a full moon passes through the earth's shadow and the sunlight is blocked.This is called a total lunary eclipse.The moon has quite an effect on our planet.As earth turns the moon's gravity tugs on our oceans creating the tides.Tidal forces have curved our planet's coastlines,buoy its polar icecaps and influence the rhythm of life.Our nearest celestial neighbour is a lot more than a beautiful view.
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