When Was the Moon First Discovered?

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The moon has been an object of fascination for mankind, probably throughout our entire history. There is a carving in Ireland that is five thousand years old that is thought to be of the moon. The moon has also been a prominent figure in ancient religions, often represented by a female goddess.
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Moon is directly visible with naked eyes in clear night sky. So human is observing the moon for years. There is no any specific date of it's discovery.
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Fail. There is no water on the moon. There may have previously been water on mars but thats another story.
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Meningitis is sometimes referred to as "spinal meningitis" because it affects the outer layer of the spine. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention explains that meningitis
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To answer the question literally, the United States was "discovered" when the Constitution was ratified in 1788 and the first President and Congress was installed in 1789.
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