• The jester said, "If these wise men do not know how to hide the moon, then the moon cannot be hidden."

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  • So with his optic glass, his telescope, Galileo was able to discern spots on the orb of the moon.


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  • or to know how to, you know, put a man on the moon, but I think,


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  • So many bright lights shooting into the sky from the gardens would keep Princess Lenore from seeing the moon.

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  • Like the moon, Satan may look beautiful, but upon a closer scrutiny that beauty begins to yield certain metaphysical flaws.


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  • At two hours fifty-six Greenwich Mean Time on July twentieth,nineteen sixty-nine, Neil Armstrong put his foot on the moon.

    VOA: special.2009.07.15

  • How many times do you need to fold the piece of paper so that you can reach the moon.


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  • " The jester thought for a minute and said, "Well,they are all wise men, but have different ideas about the moon.

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  • The moon he caused to shine, the night to him entrusting.


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  • Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said many of the three million people in the Port-au-Prince area lack food,water, shelter and electricity.

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  • And this is a very fast speed, of course, it's about 700 million miles per hour. So, one way to put that in perspective is to think about how long it takes for a light beam to get from earth to the moon. Does anyone have any guesses? Eight seconds, that sounds good.


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  • The astronauts would ride to the moon in the command module and then ride back to Earth in it.

    VOA: special.2009.07.22

  • Well, there's Half Moon Bay just around the other side of the Headlands.


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  • And Congress was ready to spend the thousands of millions of dollars that a moon landing program would cost.

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  • So, if we're going to go to the moon, we're going to go to Mars,we want to be able to produce oxygen, structural metals and photovoltaic materials from in situ resources.


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  • Everything worked as planned. Everyone expected the third moon-landing flight, Apollo Thirteen, would go as well as the first two.

    VOA: special.2009.07.22

  • The moon says to him:] 'Oh, I've been scanning pond and hole And waterway hereabout For the body of one with a sunken soul Who has put his life-light out.


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  • NASA scientists hope to extend their search for water as deep as five meters beneath the surface of the moon.

    VOA: special.2009.09.30

  • It's like asking for the moon.


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  • The new launch vehicle would be used to carry the supplies and equipment needed to explore space beyond the moon.

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  • There's a second figure here standing ab extra, and that's the moon hovering overhead: "while over-head the Moon / sits Arbitress."


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  • I think that Princess Lenore is wiser than your officials and knows more about the moon than they do.

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  • The uncertain status of divine providence here, I think, is made clear by its figuration as a moon.


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  • Years of worry that the same rockets that could take people to the moon could also bring nuclear war to Earth.

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  • It was Galileo's job, you'll remember, with his telescope to detect the otherwise undetectable spots and imperfections in this seemingly, but only seemingly, perfect moon.


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  • I know this is so, because when I put my small finger in front of the moon, my fingernail covers it."

    VOA: special.2009.03.28

  • The moon, too, was widely believed to be a perfect sphere of fiery ether.


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  • Newton proved his idea by measuring how much gravity force would be needed to keep the moon orbiting the Earth.

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  • We have already seen a moon in Book One.


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  • It could no longer be said that the moon was perfect.


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