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The moon was born about 4.5 billion years ago, 3 to 5 billion years after the creation of the solar system.

The Earth's only natural satellite, the Moon, has a diameter of 3.46 km, or about one-third of the Earth's diameter.


It takes the moon 27.3 days to complete one orbit around the earth.


Although the moon can be seen illuminated in the night sky, the moon has no light of its own. We see the moon at night because the moon reflects the light of the sun. However, the moon reflects the light of the sun three times less than the earth.


When sunlight falls on the moon, the temperature of the moon is 126 degrees Celsius and when it does not fall, the temperature is minus 163 degrees Celsius. The moon has large mountains, holes and hard lava.


The moon, however, is not perfectly round, oval.

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This natural satellite of the earth is located about 374,400 kilometers away from the earth.


The moon is the fifth-largest satellite in the solar system in terms of size.


The gravitational force of the upper layer of the moon is 16.6 percent of the gravitational force of the earth. So a person who weighs 100 pounds on Earth will weigh 18.6 pounds on the moon.


The weight of the moon is about 61 percent of the weight of the earth.


The whole moon from the earth, but we do not see. We see about 60 percent of the moon on one side.


The first picture of the other side of the moon was taken by the Soviet spacecraft Luna-3 on October 7, 1959.


The first spacecraft to land on this dark side of the moon was the Chinese spacecraft 4 on January 3, 2019.


Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon as a human on July 20, 1989. 20 minutes later, Edwin E. joined him. Aldrin (Buzz Aldrin). Apollo 11 was the fifth manned spacecraft by NASA.


They brought samples of rocks and soil weighing about 23 kilograms (50 pounds) from the moon for the study.


Neil Armstrong and Edwin E. A total of 12 astronauts have set foot on the moon so far, including Aldrin (Buzz Aldrin).


The moon also felt like an earthquake. However, this lunar or moon tremor is weaker than the earthquake of the earth.


Dr. Some ashes of Eugene Schumacher, an American astronomer and geologist, were sent to the moon. After his death in a road accident in Australia on July 16, 1997, NASA sent his ashes to the moon via a lunar prospector on July 31, 1999.


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