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Earths Lunar Moon

Updated on June 9, 2015

Earth's Lunar Moon

This is going to be a readers place of information on the Moon also known as Luna and many other names and words and I will interchange between all lexicons to make language sound fresh and alive and not the same grammar all over the place. Over time I will add information on The Night Glower including the esoteric and the paranormal. I do hope you enjoy the read.


Though mainstream science is what I write here, there is multiple theories on how things formed, everything from a universe out of necessity to a God who created all and I am well aware of these ideas.


God himself is probably a scientist. When the world was created it did say We are pleased which could mean there is a place from which God or many of them are aware of us and had there hand in this planet Earth (Read the books by Zecharia Sitchen and his knowledge of Sumeria).


The idea of God being an astronaut himself is not far fetched, in the cosmos of unlimited miles of space there has to be other planets we do not know of nor can we travel too or even see with telescope. The mind needs to keep open about all possibilities. I do hope you enjoy the read.


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Earth's Satellite of Glow

The Moon, planet Earth's only natural satellite that emanates and lightens up the night sky and glows enough to show the ground beneath your footing when in full bloom is Earths closest chum in the cold and darkness of space.

The Proud Shield

The Moon also known as Luna, a helpless cratered body of rock soil that serves as an asteroid shield lives 238,857 miles away which equals the same as rounding the earth exactly 10 times. The moons diameter is 2,160 miles total, a quarter the size of the earth, 400 times scantier than the sun, and 400 times closer to our world. That is the reason for the Moon and Sun appearing to be of the same size in the viewable sky.

Coming into being and the age of Luna

Luna is a veteran as a floating round mass in space, earths nightlight. Scientists speak of a gigantic object the size of Mars (Bringer of War) that angerly smashed like a big 4,000 mile diameter fist into earth 4.5 million years ago for simply being in the way and creating rubble from both celestial bodies amassing together to cast the young Moon.

Moon Rocks
Moon Rocks


Inquisitive scientists learned that the earth and Luna were of the same material creation and the core was of iron. The information was obtained from Lunar rocks that astronauts cached after landing and visiting the moons abode.

The Moon Draped In.....

The Moon draped in gray, blue, yellow, orange, red, white or silver chroma depending what it wants to wear for the night with carved out plains, valleys and mountains hollowed with bountiful craters amongst a lonely quiet deserted hamlet full of latitude and no oxygen for nurturing life with the revelation of water ice enshrined beneath a portion of surface dust in the poles of Luna is perhaps the result of a comet that many years ago collided with the moon, scientists have pondered. And water can have life, so it makes you wonder....TO BE CONTINUED WITH MORE LENSES


The Moons gravity can tug on the ocean tides of earth. Luna a bit lopsided with not too much tilt is miniscule in size compared to earth inheriting crust which has more girth on one side than the other, looking in the night sky towards the moon we all see only that same geographical face, the other side is hidden and is called the dark side of the moon and only can be viewed from space.


There is no magnetic field to be found nor an atmosphere on Luna and blackness paints the sky in contrast to a blue one which would be an atmosphere, Earth is such a place. To survive on The natural rocky satellite us as humans need to carry along oxygen that is breathed through a tank and space suit equipped with a big round glass bubble helmet. 1/6th is the gravity of Moon to Earth ratio, 120 lbs. on Earth would turn out 20 lbs. on Luna. The temperature on the Moon on a daily bases is as cold as negative -250 *F to more than boiling water 2 times over at 250*F.

Icy Moon
Icy Moon


In the chilly month of January and year of 1998 NASA Discovery Mission's The Lunar Prospector was slung toward the gray Moon's North and South Poles to detect minute amounts of water ice at less that 0.01 %. The experiment that traveled with the launch was named Neutron Spectrometer. It can detect H2O to a depth of half a meter. It eyes for slow thermal and intermediate epithermal neutrons which result from collisions of normal fast neautrons with hydrogen atoms. And if there was an ultimate abundance of hydrogen then that would equal too the life of water on Luna. data spoke of 3.0 % within the South and 4.6 % upon the North region strongly expressing water laying dormant on the natural satellite.

Photograph courtesy NASA Kennedy Space Center
Photograph courtesy NASA Kennedy Space Center

Apollo 11


Eagle lunar lander styled so after the mission insignia of the bald eagle cohorted with command module Columbia to journey the Apollo 11 as it catapulted from Kennedy Space Center in Florida of the date July 16 1969 at 9:32 AM eastern standard time.

Photo of Apollo 11 launch

Apollo 11 before launch
Apollo 11 before launch


Photo of Apollo 11 takeoff

Apollo 11 takeoff
Apollo 11 takeoff

youtube space video

Lunar module blast off and leaves the Moon (Apollo 17)

Youtube space Video, another one

The First Moon Landing on camera. great to look at this, This had to have been amazing and frightening at the same time for the astronauts. Brilliant.

picture of moon reflecting on lake

Photograph by NASA Map of the moon's craters, created using an instrument onboard Nasa's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.







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      troybreimon lm 

      3 years ago

      Anyone still around?

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @williammdavis: thanks William. thank you for the comment. astrology is a great subject :)

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi again TeamSTM :) I enjoy your comments, thank you very much. yeah telescopes are very affordable nowadays for a cheap price. absolutely love them :)

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      6 years ago

      Your lens is very interesting and i love to read about astrology.

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      6 years ago

      I haven had a Telescope since I was little, I guess it's time to get one!!! You just gave me a reason as a Grown up, I miss looking at the Stars and wondering what's out there!

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @dc64 lm: thank you dc64. :)

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @luniarose: thank you luniarose, appreciate that as I enjoy yours as well :)

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @Zut Moon: thank you zut :)

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      troybreimon lm 

      6 years ago

      @greenspirit: lol.ok Milton! :)

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      dc64 lm 

      6 years ago

      Your writing is poetic, which is perfect for such a muse as the moon.

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      6 years ago

      I like you lenses

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      Zut Moon 

      6 years ago

      Interesting !!!

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      poppy mercer 

      6 years ago from London

      not me!!! Milton

    • troybreimon lm profile imageAUTHOR

      troybreimon lm 

      7 years ago

      @greenspirit: brilliant greespirit ;) that was some very well written poetry

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      poppy mercer 

      7 years ago from London

      "till the moon

      Rising in clouded majestie, at length

      Apparent queen unveild her peerless light,

      And o're the dark her silver mantle threw."


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