Moon - with it's magic medicine of cycles, strong enough to pull our ocean tides and affect women's menstruation timing. www.ShamanicReiki.ca

Moon - with it's magic medicine of cycles, strong enough to pull our ocean tides…

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What's on the surface of the moon? - The surface of the moon has maria, terrae and craters, which were formed when meteors struck the moon's surface. Read about the surface of the moon.

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This image of the lunar surface was taken by NASA's MoonKAM system onboard the Ebb spacecraft and shows Crater Poinsot located on the northern part of the moon's far side.

"The Moon's Surface in True Color and High Resolution- China's Yutu Rover" by 0thatguy in space

"The Moon's Surface in True Color and High Resolution- China's Yutu Rover" by 0thatguy in space

Lunar surface / Image courtesy of Chinese Academy of Sciences / China National Space Administration / The Science and Application Center for Moon and Deepspace Exploration / Emily Lakdawalla

1910 set of 3 moon craters original antique astronomy prints of the moon surface. $20.50, via Etsy.

1910 set of 3 moon craters original antique astronomy prints of the moon…

Plato and the Lunar Alps ~  The dark-floored, 95 kilometer wide crater Plato and sunlit peaks of the lunar Alps (Montes Alpes) are highlighted in this sharp digital snapshot of the Moon's surface. The prominent straight feature cutting through the mountains near the bottom of this image is the lunar Alpine Valley (Vallis Alpes). The tallest of the lunar Alps, it reaches over 3 kilometers above the surface.

Plato and the Lunar Alps ~ The dark-floored, 95 kilometer wide crater Plato and…

45 YEARS AGO TODAY: Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke, with a core tube and hammer, trains on a simulated Moon surface at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on March 22, 1972.

45 YEARS AGO TODAY: Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke, with a core tube and hammer, trains on a simulated Moon surface at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on March (NASA)

Scars left by millions of meteorite impacts through the moon's history can also be seen in the image above

Moon shown in highest resolution yet in image made of 32,000 pictures

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Scientists Heard A Creepy Sound Coming From Earth. When They Recorded It On…

NASA Recorded Planet Earth Making Beautiful Music

Holiday calendar: ’Earthrise’ updated, 45 years later (Photo: Ernie Wright / NASA) -- Earth is our only home. Let's not sully it up any more than we already did.

Titan topographic map unearths cookie-cutter holes in moon's surface

Titan topographic map unearths cookie-cutter holes in moon's surface

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