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Kids always want to investigate the unknown, and space is no different. There is a phase in every child’s life when they want to work for NASA or even become
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Tia Smith saved to Energy and Stuff
Very interesting and fun facts of the Moon. You can share with your children.
Mahbubur Robin saved to Mixed Topic
Earth's moon was formed at the same time that Earth did. Interesting moon facts include its gravity is 1/6 of Earth and temperature range of -173°C to 127°C
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Saturn's Moon titan. Space and astronomy facts.
We have learning about the things that light up our night sky. Yesterday we learned about the moon. We also made a book about the different phases of the moon. Today we read books about the stars and learned lots of interesting facts. We made a book about constellations and wrote some of the facts we learned about stars. Then during center time we made a shooting star art project.
Michele Mattison saved to homeschool
Moon in Capricorn - What sign is your moon in? Once we identify our planetary placements, we can enhance our strengths and identify our weaknesses. The moon represents our emotional needs, our inner self, our private life. The moon also relates to feminine energy and intuition.
Modernized Spirituality saved to Moon Signs
Did you know? The Moon appears upside-down in the Southern hemisphere (Australia) from that in the Northern. This is because we're on a spherical planet. If I stand at the North Pole, with my head…
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Mx.Angel saved to Self-knowledge
1. There is an exoplanet called "COROT-7b" where it rains rocks. Its surface temperature is hot enough to vaporize rock pebbles, condense out of the air and rain down.
Kendra Phillips saved to fun facts