14 Fun Facts About the Moon: Educational Version by Jeannie MeekinsYou see it every night in the night sky, but how much do you really know about the moon? Here are some things you may not know.
Do you know:
What one thing is different about our moon from every other moon we have found?
What kind of atmosphere is there on the moon?
How many sides of the moon do we see?
What happened to the footprints of the astronauts that stood on the moon?
Find out in this book, and surprise and amaze your friends with these fun facts about our moon.
The Educational Version has activities that meet Common Core Curriculum Standards.
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Interesting facts about The Moon - Educational Video for Kids.
Some Fun Facts about the Moon:
In short, it is a tale of how the two objects helped to make one another into what they are today. The most accepted hypothesis at the moment on how the Moon was made is, 4. Computer simulations have found that most of the Moon is composed of what is left of Theia; more recent tests also show that Theia merged together with the remnants of the Earth that were blasted off during the impact. As such, our moon is literally part Earth. This hypothesis is accepted by the scientific community because the other hypothesis that have been presented do not account for the high angular momentum of the Earth—Moon system.