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Footprints in the moons surface (so in the dust lying on the moon) will never go away because there is no wind on the moon to blow new dust over the footprints.

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Approximately how long is the period of time from the new moon to the full moon phase

More than half of the moon is illuminated

Right half of moon is illuminated

At what point does the southern hemisphere have the greatest exposure to the sun

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How did Neil Armstrong's footprints stay on the moon so long?

The Moon has no wind, no water, and almost no moon quakes (earthquakes on the moon). There is almost nothing to cause the footprints to go away. Unless they are hit by a meteor, comet, or asteroid.


Will the first footprints on the moon still be there?

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Do the Moon's phases go away when it is daytime on Earth?

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Who was the first female to go to the moon?

There has never been a woman on the moon.


Who was the first women to go on the moon?

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When did kalpana chawla go to moon?

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Did the astronaut that could no go to the moon because he got sick ever get to go to the moon?

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What day did christa mcauliffe go to the moon?

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Why does the moon stay in the earths orbit?

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Why should you never go out when the moon is full?

Indeed, why not? There is no reason to be afraid of the full moon.


When will the pain go away after a tonsillectomy?

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What age does spots go away?

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How does the moon stay in orbit around the earth?

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Why do you have a sun and moon?

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Is Mars or the moon closest to earth?

The moon is way closer. That is why we can go to the moon but not to mars because mars is to far away.


Why did Indian go to the moon?

Sadly i can not answer your question because Indians never went to the moon. Sorry


When was You Can't Really Miss Me If I Never Go Away created?

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How long would it take for a beam of light to go to the moon?

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If you go to the moon does your mass change?

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How come I can't touch the moon?

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The footprints of neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin junior who set first foot on moon are still there can you explain why?

Yes I can. Unlike Earth, the moon has no wind to erode the dust. So, if someday you were to go up to the moon, your foot prints would remain as well.~superchick606~


Is Earths moon a terrestrial or a gas?

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