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The moon

January 21, 2014
By GORDON DUVAL , Adirondack Public Observatory

Our ancestors gazed at the moon with wonder. It's been a timekeeper, a prophet, a protector and a source of fuel for the imagination. Today we know the moon to be a desolate location, very inhospitable but also very important to our everyday existence. It is our closest celestial neighbor and is, in part, the reason we are here on planet Earth.

 
 
 

 

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