The moon is our only natural satellite.
Here are some facts and other places you can find information.
Most planets are named for Roman gods but moons are named for Greek gods. What is the story or myth about their names? Click image or here for Planet Myths and Lore.
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|Quick Facts about the Moon|
|Mass||7.15 x 1022 kg|
|Temperature Range||-171° C to 111° C|
|Atmosphere||Some Hydrogen and Helium|
|Average Distance from Earth||384,400 km|
|Orbital Period||0 Years, 27 Days, 7.75 Hours|
|Rotation||27 Days, 7.75 Hours|
|Composition||Iron Core, Silicate Surface|
Click below to find out more about the Moon and the Sun:
Full Moon Lore
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