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Moon and New Phase. B.

letter of your answer. 1. Which statement below best describes the motion of the Moon relative to the stars? a. The Moon moves eastward relative to the stars about 1 degree per day. b. The Moon moves westward relative to the stars about 1 degree per day. c. The Moon moves eastward relative to the stars about 13 degrees per day. d. The Moon moves westward relative to the stars about 13 degrees per day. e. The Moon does not move relative to the stars. 2. How does the Moon's motion relative to...

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Neil Armstrong Trip to the Moon

considered for the important role of being the first American on the moon. Then in January of 1969 Neil Armstrong was picked to be the commander for Apollo 11, the first landing mission. On July 16 at 9: 32 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time Armstrong, with Micheal Collins and Edwin Aldrin, lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. On July 18, Apollo 11 passed into the gravitational influence of the moon and circled the moon twice. Armstrong and Aldrin entered the lunar module, which they named...

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The Moon: Enceladus of Saturn

Adam Roch 10/31/12 Mr. Prince 3rd Period Research and Report on the Current State of Knowledge of: Certain Small Bodies in the Solar System Enceladus Type of object- Moon (Saturn) Size- Enceladus has a mean diameter of 314 miles, one-seventh the diameter of our Moon. In diameter Enceladus is small enough to fit within the length of the island of Great Britain. It could also fit comfortably within the states of Arizona or Colorado, although as a spherical object its surface area is much...

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Moon Landing

to see who could develop better technology and get to the moon first. The USSR captured the first major successes in space travel with successfully sending a man into orbit, and then orbiting around the entire earth. The United States had some catching up to do. Was the U.S. really capable of not only catching the USSR but fearlessly rocketing past them and landing on the moon? Was NASA responsible for sending the first man to the moon in what will always be remembered in U.S. history? Or was...

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the returning of the moon man

 Reading Project – Short Stories – Extensive Reading A. _____________________________________________________________________ 1. Title of the short story: The Return of the Moon Man. 2. Author: E.L.Malpass. 3. Genre: mystery/ romance/fantasy/suspense/other: Fantasy. 4. Number of pages: 6 pages. 5. Date you began reading: Wednesday, 14th April 2010 6. Date you finished reading: Friday, 16th April 2010 7. Where did you read this story: at home, at school or somewhere else? I read...

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Apollo moon landing was a hoax

Apollo moon landing was a hoax The US Moon landing program was started by John F. Kennedy in response to the Soviet Union's early successes in space exploration, just in case the world decided that Communism was the way to go. The Moon landing hoax refers to the belief of a small, but persistent, percentage of people who think that the Apollo Moon landings of the late 60s and early 70s were propaganda films produced by NASA to embarrass the USSR in the cold war. First I will start talking about...

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Man on the moon

“The Man on the Moon” On July 20th 1969 Apollo 11 was the first spacecraft to land on the moon. Over 600 million families gathered around their televisions to watch this event take place. There is undeniable physical evidence that the moon landing of 1969 occurred; although many still feel like it was a hoax created by NASA. Some feel as if this was a “Race to Space” competition between countries, and the United States could not take that loss. While others feel as if it was cover up for the...

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Theme in the Moon and Sixpence

THE MOON AND SIXPENCE 1.2 Family and social responsibilities Painting is not only a ‘dreamy moon’ of Strickland but also of many progressive people in bourgeois society. According to bourgeois concepts, all the men have to be responsible for his family and children. He’s forced to have a strong connection with what is considered to belong to him. Strickland’s life is tied tightly down to family’s contract. However, all that sort of things means nothing at all to him. He doesn’t let those reasons...

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The Moon Cannot Be Stolen

“The Moon Cannot Be Stolen” Waking up every morning is a chance to begin a brand new day. Every day, people take for granted what Mother Nature has given the world. Beginning with religion, people around the world thank a higher- power by worshiping or practicing in ways that end up appreciating the life that is made each day. However, religion isn’t what makes up this world it is what is being thanked that needs to be recognized. In a short story called “The Moon Cannot Be Stolen” the moral of...

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dark side of the moon

The Dark Side Of The Moon Astronaut #1-A1 Astronaut#2-A2 Astronaut#3-A3 Astronaut#4-A4 NASA-N Scene 1: Take off 5,4,3,2,1 take off Take off effect, flying through space effect, landing effect A1- were finally here on the moon A2- yah finally I am living my dream… but we should probably start setting up base A3- I guess I will get the tools and equipment A4- okay everyone lets get working we only have a short time here and we have lots to do Scene 2: Landed Power tools, hammers...

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