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This webpage from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) provides an astronaut?s photograph of the moon viewed from the top of the atmosphere. The appearance of the nearly translucent moon is described i...
This website by Gregg Herres and William K. Hartmann of the Planetary Science Institute, outlines the leading hypothesis of the origin of the moon as caused by a massive impact of a comet with the early earth. It...
This site, created by John Walker of Formilab -- Switzerland, allows users to view the earth and moon, and daylight and night regions, from a wide range of viewpoints. These include from the sun, the moon, the earth,...
This site, created by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, offers user-friendly, continuously-updated access to approximately 2,000 images from various solar system exploration programs. Users can select...
The phases of the moon have interested people for thousands of years. Although often appreciated, they are not as often understood. Professor Lawrence A. Molnar of the Physics & Astronomy Department at the Calvin...
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