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  • [Moon fact 1] Our solar system—with the sun, the planets and their moons, and the billion of asteroids and comets—fills less than a trillionth of our universe.

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  • [Moon fact 2] Mars was formed about 4.5 billion years ago and is about 4,000 miles wide (half the diameter of Earth). Because so much of Earth is covered by oceans, the amount of land surface of the two planets is nearly equal.e Mars is also much lighter than Earth, with only 1/10 of its mass. It’s the fourth planet from the sun and is the last terrestrial (rocky) planet (the outer planets are all gaseous).

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  • [Moon fact 3] Every day, between 10 and 20 volcanoes are erupting somewhere on Earth. However, the chances of them all erupting at once is almost impossible.

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  • [Moon fact 4] Stars are deeply romantic for human beings and serve as a perennial symbol of progress and self-transcendence, as in the advice to "reach for the stars."

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  • [Moon fact 5] The English word “Friday” is derived from the Anglo-Saxon Frigedaeg, meaning “Venus day” (Friga = Venus + dae = day), and many other languages also trace their names for Friday from root words meaning “Venus day.”

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  • [Moon fact 6] An average desktop computer holds five to 10 times more computing power than was used to land a man on the moon.

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  • [Moon fact 7] Just like Jupiter has a Great Red Spot, Neptune has a Great Dark Spot. While Jupiter's spot is red, hundreds of years old, and relatively stable, Neptune's spot is white, young, and comes and goes.

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  • [Moon fact 8] Mercury's surface reveals that it was once flooded by lava, but all geological activity ceased some 3,000 million years ago.

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  • [Moon fact 9] William Oughtred (1574–1660), a clergyman who offered free math lessons, was the first to use the symbol “?” for multiplication. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, however, objected because he thought it resembled the unknown “x” too much.

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  • [Moon fact 10] “Napier’s Bones” is a method of multiplication that is named after the polymath, John Napier (1550–1617). Napier developed a mechanical method for performing more complex multiplication and division problems by manipulating rods with printed digits. Most people up until this time could not multiply beyond 5 (x) 5. The rods were made of bone, ivory, wood, or metal. This method was universally popular up until the late 1800s and eventually led to the development of the slide rule.

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