Astronomy

What Is the Moon Made out of
The moon is made up of rock with a core, a mantle that is partially molten and a crust with craters which were created...
Why is Pluto no longer considered a planet?
The controversy over Pluto's status ultimately began as improved telescope and detection technology revealed a number of...
Why Are Astronauts Lighter on the Moon Than on the Earth
Since the moon’s mass is smaller than the earth’s, the moon has a weaker gravitational pull, gravity on the moon is 1/6...
When can Jupiter be seen at night?
In order to get a good look at Jupiter, using a telescope and binoculars is recommended. On a clear night far away from...
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