Lecture14 - Features of the lunar surface Craters of the...

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The Moon The nearest astronomical object, Rosetta Stone of the solar system
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Another illustration of Kepler’s 1st Law
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The orbit of the Moon
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Relative size of the Earth and Moon
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The Moon and similar objects
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Rotation of the Moon
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Unformatted text preview: Features of the lunar surface Craters of the Moon Crater Tycholunar orbiter Crater Copernicus from the Apollo spaceship The Apollo program and the exploration of the Moon...
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