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What If The Moon Was a Disco Ball?

What if the Moon was a Disco Ball?


Published on Apr 3, 2014

The large mirror-tiles are 150km squared, and the small ones are 100km squared. 414 more words

Applying Science To The Real World

Why the Planet Mercury is So Utterly Peculiar

Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are known collectively as the rocky planets, in contrast the Solar System’s gas giants—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. (Pluto is an ice dwarf, which makes it sound like a character from either a Disney movie or Game of Thrones, but that’s another story.) 669 more words