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59% is 9% more than I expected, but when I think about it makes perfect sense.Reply
Very awesome!Lady Luna casts her spell on us all. 😀
Cora's got us covered this Thursday at the MMC with her 13 Favorite Movie Heroines. Stop by if you get a chance and see if you agree.
I was too young to understand the landing on the moon. Watching the footage as an adult has made me truly appreciate this amazing feat! Nice thirteen Paige.Reply
Great facts, Paige! As for the choice in topic, GMTA! 😉Reply
Interesting. I am baffled by how we always see the same side of the moon if it rotates, though. Must investigate.Reply
Great info…I taught all about the moon last year, but there's some stuff on here even I didn't know. Cool!
Great list of facts. Happy T13 🙂Reply
Wow that's an impressive list. Thanks for sharing!Reply
Great list – now that we're used to seeing photos from space, it's hard to imagine how freaky those first pictures must have been from the Luna 3.Reply
Thanks so much for the fun facts. The moon is there in the back of my head, to the point here I sometimes forget to look up and appreciate it.
Thank you for the reminder.
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Ella – LOL! Too funny! Thanks!
Stephanie – Me, too!
Alice Audrey – Totally!
Cassandra – Thanks!
Nina – Thanks!
Heather – Totally! LOL!
Elise – I didn't know that, either! Cool, huh?
Christina – Thanks!
JamieBabette – Thanks!
Janice – Isn't that cool?! We actually visited the Air and Space Museum that day and they were setting up for a big party there!
Lauren – Thanks!
Julia – I know!
Alexia – Thanks!
Terry – You're welcome! It is beautiful!
You can't tell my 3 y/o #1. No matter how many times we tell him, the moon is a planet!Reply