Facts About the Moon That You Should Know by Now

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Interesting Facts About the Moon

The surface of the moon is made up of craters, mountains, plains and valleys.

There is no weather or wind on the moon, so the footprints left by the astronauts will remain visible for millions of years.

Moon is also called Luna.

A blood moon occurs during a lunar eclipse, when the shadow of the Earth creates an orange-red glow on the moon.

Apolo 11 is the first manned spacecraft to land on moon.

One thing that surprised the astronauts who visited the Moon was the strong odour of the lunar dust which they were only able to smell when they got back inside the Lunar Module.