Earth's Moon

While many people on earth do not care for their parents,
some on earth purposely do not see their father, grand father, father in law who has left life but is about to leave this earth.

Science increases age.
These born humans are so myopic thinkers & are so egoistic that they forget that
a day will come when they are grand parents or parents.
What if their chilldren or grand children ask them : Did you see your father or grandfather or father in law when he was about to leave earth ?
Only they can tell you.

While we keep privacy, it will be known worldwide if they kill related persons or do accdident in such a way that they will think nobody will know the truth. But we believe in police and the mental as well as physical science they use to know the truth.
And they even can play smart life game by asking
their neighbours or relatives or friends in legal or medical system to do it, thinking they are free. But world will know the truth one day (when they are alive or dead. At least their grandson or graddaugher will know it)

As of now, we think there are humans on this planet and if we see them on another planet one day, we dont want this egoistic attitude transferred to them, not even robots.

1 Neil Armstrong
2 Buzz Aldrin
3 Pete Conrad
4 Alan Bean
5 Alan Shepard
6 Edgar Mitchell
7 David Scott
8 James Irwin
9 John Young
10 Charles Duke
11 Eugene Cernan
12 Harrison Schmitt

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How many moons per planet ?
Earth (1)
Mars (2)
Jupiter (79)
Saturn (82)
Uranus (27)
Neptune (14)
Pluto (5)

The Moon is an astronomical body that orbits planet Earth and is Earth's only permanent natural satellite. It is the fifth-largest natural satellite in the Solar System, and the largest among planetary satellites relative to the size of the planet that it orbits (its primary).

The Moon is after Jupiter's satellite Io the second-densest satellite in the Solar System among those whose densities are known.

Moon age
The Moon is thought to have formed about 4.51 billion years ago, not long after Earth. The most widely accepted explanation is that the Moon formed from the debris left over after a giant impact between Earth and a Mars-sized body called Theia.

Mean radius
1737.1 km
This is 0.2727 of Earth's mean radius

Equatorial radius
1738.1 km
This is 0.2725 of Earth's equatorial radius

Polar radius
1736.0 km
This is 0.2731 of Earth's Polar radius

Surface area
3.793×107 km2
This is 0.074 of Earth's surface area

2.1958×1010 km3
This is 0.020 of Earth's volume

7.342×1022 kg
This is 0.012300 of Earth's mass

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