What Is Up There?
Hello there dear readers!
We've talked quite a bit about ourselves, our goals and our progress. However, it seems we've forgotten the key player without which the competition lacks point. You know who I mean - the moon.
So what do we know about it?
The moon makes a whole rotation and completes a revilution around the earth every 27:7:43 days:hours:minutes.
The moon's rotation around its axis is of the same duration around the world, thus always showing us the exact same side. This side is referred to as the near side. The far side, A.K.A the dark side, looks different from the near side sue to lack of maria.
Our moon is the only one in the solar system with a stationary, near-perfect circular orbit.
The Earth's age is estimated to be 4.6 billion years, whereas the moon's rock are estimated to be 5.3 billion years old.
The moon's mass center is about 1829 meters closer to Earth than its geometric center. The moon's core is about 15 time smaller than of the Earth. In comperison, the moon weight's is estimated to be
Have a wonderful week everyone, the kind that happens once every blue moon.
-- Adi Mendelowitz