The Moon

The moon is the Earth’s only natural satellite, and it is the fifth-largest satellite in the solar system. It is about one-quarter the size of the Earth and is about 238,855 miles (384,400 kilometers) away from the Earth on average. The moon orbits the Earth in about 29.5 days and has a number of unique characteristics, including its rocky surface, which is marked by craters, mountains, and other features. The moon also has a very thin atmosphere and no water. The moon has been the subject of scientific study and exploration for centuries, and it has played an important role in human history and culture.

The Moon






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