The Moon is in synchronous rotation: it rotates about its axis in about the same
time it takes to orbit Earth. This results in it ...
Nov 19, 2014 ... Learn how Earth's moon formed, how its orbit affects Earth's tides, why solar and
lunar eclipses happen and the history of lunar exploration.
Excellent resource for in-depth information about the Earth's Moon.
The Moon (or Luna) is the Earth's only natural satellite and was formed 4.6 billion
years ago around some 30–50 million years after the formation of the solar ...
Sep 20, 2015 ... Look up in the night sky. On a clear night, if you're lucky, you'll catch a glimpse of
the Moon shining in all it's glory. As Earth's only satellite, the ...
Earth and the Moon are more like a double planet than a planet and a moon. The
Moon is quite large in comparison to Earth -- about one-quarter of Earth's ...
Earth's Moon. Earth is the first planet from the Sun to have a moon. Despite being
Earth's closest neighbor, the Moon is very different from the Earth. It has no ...
The Moon rotates on its axis in around the same length of time it takes to orbit the
Earth. This means that from Earth we only ever see around 60% of its surface ...
Outlines some of the theories of how the Earth and Moon split, along with Apollo
expeditions of space journeys to the moon.
Earth's Moon Luna. Luna is a beautiful world that lies some 384,400 kilometers (
almost 239,000 miles) from Earth. It is littered with mountains, valleys, old ...