Wolves supposedly howl at it, a fairy tale claims a cow once jumped over it and legends say if you look hard enough, there's a man in it. Yes, the moon has a prominent place in popular culture, but there's a lot you might not know about Earth's little orbiting friend. Why doesn't it have soil? Why is its gravity so important? And are we really thinking of going back soon?
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How far is the moon from Earth?
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How many American astronauts have explored the lunar surface?
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The largest mare on the moon is the:
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The moon's soil is:
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The density of the moon:
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The double planet, or condensation hypothesis, claimed that the moon:
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The moon's period of lunar volcanism lasted from:
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The moon's gravity:
Question 9 of 10
If the moon passes through the part of the Earth’s shadow called the umbra:
Question 10 of 10