Earth & Moon

What is a snow moon?

What Is A Snow Moon?

A snow moon is a name given to the second full moon of the year that falls in the month of February. The name comes from the Northern Hemisphere receiving most of its snow this month. Let's take a closer look at the facts about the snow moon.

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What is a wolf moon?

What Is A Wolf Moon?

A Wolf Moon occurs once a year during the month of January. Have you ever wondered what a Wolf Moon is or where the name comes from? If this is the first time you've heard of a Wolf Moon, then keep reading as we take a closer look what this actually is.

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Moon Landing Hoax - Common Myths Debunked

Moon Landing Hoax – 5 Common Myths Debunked

When man first stepped on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, the world was in awe at these heroes, finally signalling that the unreachable was a reality. Here we look at 5 common myths that conspiracy theorists use to "prove" the moon landing was a hoax.

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Photo of the Earth

30 Incredible Facts About The Earth

Earth, the only place in our solar system we currently call home. This planet is an incredible place that's for sure, so when it comes to thinking of 30 facts about something so grand it took some thought. Here are our top picks that'll make your world go around.

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Positions of Satellites Around the Earth

The Positions of Satellites Around Earth

Did you know that Earth has over 13,000 satellites circling its orbit? Google Earth Video providers viewers with a live real-time video of the positions of these satellites around our planet. Come and check it out.

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Water On the Moon

Water Found On The Moon!

NASA has announced that they have finally found water on the moon after sending two crafts to the satellite. This discovery opened a new chapter in the exploration of our moon and space itself. Keep reading to find out more about this special discovery.

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The Moon Is Moving Away From Earth

The Moon’s Moving Away From Earth

Every time we look up to the night sky with the moon in sight it always looks the same distance away. Actually, the real truth is that it’s slowly moving further and further away from our home planet. But don’t worry, you’ll be dead before it strays too far.

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