the moon is gray because the color of the moon sand is gray.
the moon is gray because all the spasce astrouds dust rubbed off and gatherd to and on the moon
the color of the moon is gray
white and gray.
the dark gray spot is a giant crater from an asteroid.
on the moon
by craters in space
You can't marry Gray in Harvest Moon: Back to Nature. Unless you mean Harvest Moon: Back to Nature for Girls. You can marry Gray in that game. All you have to do is get him to s Red Heart and see all of his Heart Events.
The color of the moon is gray. This is due to the "dirt" up there called regolith.
The moon is generally a dark gray, but it looks silver when it is illuminated by the sun.
It is obviously gray. And it is very dangerous. It is the only wolf that howls on the full moon.
The moon isn't actually white. It is gray. I figured that out using my noggin and because I am a smart fourth grader who is 9. But, the moon might change it's gray color to a different color in 10,000 years.The moon is not white it is gray the reason it looks white is because the sun is reflecting its rays off the moon which bounces off and gives us the silvery moonlight at night.
It looks gray and bumpy (with its moons)...
The moon is gray, but it can appear different from earth. The surface is covered in rocks and dust. Atmospheric conditions, reflections, or positioning can give the moon the appearance of being red, blue, yellow, or other hues. This is only an appearance though. The color of the moon itself remains gray.
No. The Sun is white (with a slight yellow-green bias), and the moon is charcoal gray.
i beleve neptune is green and red
a good name is moon
The moon is basically black, but occasionally you can see a dark gray circle against the black sky.
Because of the fine dust that covers its surface. The dust comes from the many impacts of the objects that have battered the moon during its history. It is gray because of the lack of water and organic compounds.
Ganymede has two types of terrain so it is about 60% light gray and 40% darker gray.