The moon has long been a topic of mystery, fascination and wonder. There's no denying it is truly awe-inspiring.
Standing 240,000 miles away, its distance from Earth is the equivalent of flying to Australia and back 11 times. During the day the surface on the moon soars to around 134C, while at night a warm blanket would do little to shelter someone from the bitter -154C temperatures.
The gravity of the moon has a profound effect on our seas too, governing the push and pull of the tides, and astrologists believe the lunar phases can affect our fortunes.
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