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The Moon

Mercury and Venus do not have any moons. The planet that comes after Earth, Mars, has two very small moons. Jupiter has four major moons and at least 59 minor ones. Saturn, the ringed planet,…

Moon's Men

Thieves and highway-men who ply their trade by night. “The fortune of us that are but Moon's-men doth ebb and flow like the sea.” —Shakespeare: 1 Henry IV., i. 2. Source…

Moon Walks

Twelve astronauts have walked on the moon, the last in 1972. Here are the names of those astronauts listed chronologically by the date of their walk. July 20, 1969—Apollo 11Neil Armstro…

First Question

First QuestionAdoration to the Highest Self! Harih, Om!1. Sukesas Bharadvâga, and Saivya Satyakama, and Sauryayanin Gargya, and Kausalya Asvalayana, and Bhargava Vaidarbhi, and Kabandhin …

Saturn's Moons

TitanCassini-Huygens Saturn has 56 known moons, nine of which were announced in June 2006 and are known by the temporary designations S/2004 S19 and S/2006 S1 through S8. The five largest moon…

The Moon's Phases

Source: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) The lunar month is the 29.53 days it takes to go from one new moon to the next. During the lunar month, the Moon goes through a…

To the Moon and Mars

In January 2004, President George W. Bush announced the ambitious goal of putting humans on Mars. The first stage involves returning to the Moon by the year 2020 and establishing a base there…

Men

The combined 1997 first team All-America selections of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the 11 Soccer America MVPs. Holdovers from the combined 1996 All-America …

Men

The combined 1996 first team All-America selections of the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America (NSCAA) and the 11 Soccer America MVPs. Holdovers from the combined 1995 All-America team are in b…

Men

The 2000 first team All-America selections of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Holdovers from the 1999 NSCAA All-America team are in bold type. GOALKEEPER—Chr…