Why does the moon have craters? These are not volcanic craters but impact craters caused by collisions with asteroids. Does the moon help shield the earth from asteroids?
What exactly is a moonrise, a moonset? How can we tell when these happen? Do high tide and low tide mean that the Moon is rising and setting?
In 2009 NASA released the Lunar Anomalies report, document R277, which showed that their researchers had observed as many as 600 anomalous events on or around the moon ever since Elizabethen times.
Tidal Movements are influenced by both the Sun and the Moon but the Moon has by far the greater effect on our tides. These tides which occur twice daily rely on the rotational harmony between these two celestial bodies...
This is part 2 of a 4 part hands-on unit study on Astronomy. Form the lunar phases using Oreo cookies, drop balls in flour to make a crater-filled lunar surface, recreate Galileo's famous gravity experiment, and more!
The moon literally means Earth's little buddy, and what a buddy it is. It's 1/81th of the mass of Earth and it is the mains source of light during night time. Here are some great facts about the moon.
The first moon landing is said to have been in 1975. But ever since there have been hundreds of claims that it was an elaborate hoax in the Cold War 'Space Race' with Russia. There's also dozens of scientific reasons...
An explanation of how the Earth's Wobble affects us on a daily basis and what role the Moon plays in the big scheme of things. How the censorship of information is used to keep the population in the dark on Earth...
Get to know what does Blue Moon mean - apart from the popular expression 'Once in a Blue Moon'. Interesting facts in this hub - beware!
The Moon is our mysterious and constant companion. Some facts about the Moon, along with a poem and pictures of mosaic art pieces by Silva, "The Cow Jumped Over the Moon" & "Artemis, Night and Day."