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Amazing map containing main features of the Moon! ⠀ Credits: @ StefanPWinc (twitter)

Amazing map containing main features of the Moon! ⠀ Credits: @ StefanPWinc (twitter)

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Moon. great site for info on planets, stars, moons, and the sun

Throughout most of history, no one ever thought there were any other moons, so they simply called ours “the moon.”

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Map of the Moon  Lunar Surface Astronomy Print  Recovered Vintage Image to Frame

Moon map by Donald A. MacRae. This image was found on an old astronomy book and digitally enhaced. This illustration of the lunar surface identifies certain brands, plains, volcanoes and craters. Galileo Galilei was able to distinguish two different surface regions. In the dark regions called "mares" are named as the Sea of Serenity and the Sea of Fertility, are plains with few craters. The rest of the lunar surface is brighter, and represents higher regions with a high density of craters…

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The Moon - Facts, Trivia and Folklore. The moon has been an object of fascination for as long as mankind has been alive. We've talked about it, wondered about it, traveled to and explored it, written songs about it, used it to guide us through the night and in some cases believed good...

The moon has been an object of fascination for as long as mankind has been alive. We've talked about it, wondered about it, traveled to and explored it, written songs about it, used it to guide us through the night and in some cases believed good...

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Carte de la lune by Jean-Dominique Cassini (626CA) — Atlas of Places

Carte de la lune by Jean-Dominique Cassini (626CA) — Atlas of Places

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A Mercator projection of the Moon

The Moon is the only natural satellite of our planet. It is the 5th-largest satellite in the Solar System. We can only see 15% of one side of the Moon's surface from Earth because the Moon rotates around the Earth at the same speed as it rotates around its axis.

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