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Articles about moon

History
by dwest61506
5 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Technology
by Honeyberdy
9 years ago
How To View A Lunar Eclipse



Lunar eclipses are spectacles of nature. The eerie orange glow given off by the moon during totality ignites a flame of curiosity in us all. Lucky for you, lunar eclipses are easier to view than solar eclipses. They are visible from a wider range of locations, which gives more...

Lifestyle
by Astralys
8 years ago
New Moon: Weaving The Etheric Blueprint

The new moon offers a short span of rich opportunity to imprint your etheric field with a blueprint that harmonizes with you. Being very detailed with the seed you plant doesn't have to be done in a scramble, however. If you plan in advance during other moon phases, you can successfully implement the ideal etheric framework as soon as the new moon peaks out from the indigo blanket of night.

History
by Amerowolf
8 years ago
Legends About The Moon

There are a lot of myths about the moon, like it's actually made from green cheese. We all know most of these to be false, but the legends from various cultures about the moon are actually quite interesting.

Technology
by Shar On
5 years ago
Photos and Interesting Facts About the Moon

I have been fascinated with the moon for years. When I bought a new camera I was finally able to capture images of the moon. Therefore we have spent more and more time taking thousands of different photos.

Environment
by rob
8 years ago
Black Hole Forces On The Planet Jupiter

Mini gravitational black hole forces on the planet Jupiter

Technology
by Limon Zersky
9 years ago
How To Photograph The Moon With A Digital SLR Camera

Capturing great pictures of the moon can be challenging. Here's how to do it with your digital SLR setup.

Home & Garden
by EZWriter
7 years ago
A Beginners Guide to Gardening with the Moon

 The first agricultural revolution was called the Neolithic Revolution, this is when most cultures on the planet transitioned from hunting and gathering to agriculture and settlement around 8000-5000 B.C. Since that time mankind has studied the science of optimizing our harvest using all methods and technologies available.

Travel & Places
by Kelly Daspit
7 years ago
Treehouse Point: Not Your Ordinary Paradise

If you are looking for something off the beaten path but still luxurious, Treehouse Point, a unique and ethereal resort, is the perfect place for a wedding, honeymoon, or just a weekend getaway. 

Technology
by Uniasus
8 years ago
Solar Eclipse Basics

A basic guide to solar eclipses and how to view them.

Sports
by Eich
4 years ago
Using Moon Phase and Barometric Pressure To Gauge Fishing Conditions

It is true that moon phases affect the tides and currents in the ocean, but have you ever wondered if these items make a difference in fishing? You and I will explore the possibilities and come up with a conclusion based on the evidence presented. 

Technology
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
11 Dazzling Stargazing Events in 2013

There are a lot of great things you can do with someone you love, however there is nothing more romantic than hanging out in the dark looking at the stars. You do not necessarily need a love one to enjoy the activity of stargazing, though. Stars are a great way to help you realize how vase the universe is and how small of a speck you are within it.

Technology
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Why a Manned Moon Base is an Important First Step in Exploring the Solar System

Building a permanent manned base on the Moon is a useful initial step in exploring, colonising and harvesting the resources of the rest of the Solar System.

Technology
by Tysco
9 years ago
Disproving The Moon Landing Conspiracy



David Milne wrote an article endorsing Ralph Rene's beliefs that the moon landing was a hoax. Milne lists facts derived from Rene's book, NASA Mooned America , in his article "Did Man Really Walk On The Moon", and clearly is in support of Rene's ideologies. ...

by informer
10 years ago
Space Facts

Our moon is in fact moving away from Earth at a rate of about 2.5 cm per year. There are different statistics for the moon's rate of moving way from the Earth, some claim the rate of moon's moving away from the Earth is upto 34 cm per year...

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
5 years ago
Next United States Total Solar Eclipse - August 21, 2017

On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible along a narrow strip of land in the United States. Only those in this strip will see totality. Everyone else will get a partial eclipse.

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
8 years ago
May 20 2012 Annular Eclipse Not Visible In Las Vegas

Many people seem to think that the May 20 annular eclipse occurs in Las Vegas. It does not! People there need to travel away from the city, to the north, to see the event.

Technology
by Jim LeMay
4 years ago
Welcome to Pluto

Credit: By C m handler (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (httpcreativecommons.orglicensesby-sa3.0) or GFDL (httpwww.gnu.orgcopyleftfdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons "Pluto" by C.M. Handler - Artistic impression based on Hubble Space Telescope generated images On July 14th the mysterious dwarf planet Pluto will finally give up many of its secrets. On...

Technology
by javrsmith
5 years ago
Total Solar Eclipses - The Most Awesome Natural Show On Earth

Total solar eclipses are one of the most awesome natural spectacles. On August 21, 2017, one comes to the United States for the first time in many years.

Technology
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Watch the Skies: The Perseids Meteor Shower

The Perseids meteor shower is upon us again! Every year starting around July 23rd and lasting til August 20th, meteors can be seen periodically throughout the sky. This event has been happening at this time for over 2,000 years. So when you see a meteor zip across the sky, it's kind of like looking at history.

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