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MYTHS ABOUT SPACE.. THE MOON ORBITS EARTH IN A DAY-The Moon would have to be pretty speedy to get all the way around Earth in just one day! In fact, Earth’s natural satellite moves much slower and takes slightly more than 27 days to complete its orbit, which explains why the Moon looks a little bit different every day.

MYTHS ABOUT SPACE.. THE MOON ORBITS EARTH IN A DAY-The Moon would have to be pretty speedy to get all the way around Earth in just one day! In fact, Earth’s natural satellite moves much slower and takes slightly more than 27 days to complete its orbit, which explains why the Moon looks a little bit different every day.

An Apollo 15 Panorama: Astronaut Exploring the Moon. The mission, which blasted off from Earth on 1971 July 26, was the first to deploy a Lunar Roving Vehicle. Pictured in this digitally stitched mosaic panorama, David Scott examines a boulder in front of the summit of Mt. Hadley Delta. The shadow of James Irwin is visible to the right.

An Apollo 15 Panorama: Astronaut Exploring the Moon. The mission, which blasted off from Earth on 1971 July 26, was the first to deploy a Lunar Roving Vehicle. Pictured in this digitally stitched mosaic panorama, David Scott examines a boulder in front of the summit of Mt. Hadley Delta. The shadow of James Irwin is visible to the right.

Deep Space, Planets Orbits and Asteroid Belt, Planets Terrestrial Plates, Planets Orbits, Bode, Solar System in Universe, Planets Orbits Diagram,

Deep Space, Planets Orbits and Asteroid Belt, Planets Terrestrial Plates, Planets Orbits, Bode, Solar System in Universe, Planets Orbits Diagram,

The Real Story Of Apollo 17... And Why We Never Went Back To The Moon Andrew Liptak 12/13/14

The Real Story Of Apollo 17... And Why We Never Went Back To The Moon

The Real Story Of Apollo 17... And Why We Never Went Back To The Moon Andrew Liptak 12/13/14

In this image, the Apollo 11 lunar lander [the descent stage] and its shadow can be seen in a view from NASA's new Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, which is scouting the moon for new landing sites for future astronauts.

In this image, the Apollo 11 lunar lander [the descent stage] and its shadow can be seen in a view from NASA's new Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, which is scouting the moon for new landing sites for future astronauts.

Looking at earth from space takes my breath away.... It's like an out of body experience it something!

Looking at earth from space takes my breath away.... It's like an out of body experience it something!

May 14, 2009 – Astronaut John Grunsfeld works on the Hubble Space Telescope while the orbital observatory is anchored to the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

May 14, 2009 – Astronaut John Grunsfeld works on the Hubble Space Telescope while the orbital observatory is anchored to the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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