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TEXT: Growing Up with Science Inventions Moon Part 5 Library of CongressVID_20190412_192658.mp4

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okay we’re going into part five I’m
reading our Moon for reading reading our Moon video growing up to the science and
mentions and I’m doing it in my voice which that’s the mark of of being able
to read a video oh yeah I’m reading a video that’s what I’m doing I’m reading
I’m reading a book into about the moon into the video and then putting it in my
voice and and so okay so Copernicus and Tycho have something else in common when
they observed near the time of the full moon bright lights and small craters can
be seen radiating from them in the case of Tycho these extend to the distance of
over a thousand miles 1600 kilometers most lunar craters were formed when huge
meteorites lumps of solid rock that fall from space
instruct the moon millions of years ago some craters however were probably
formed by erupting volcanoes so that probably explains some of that dark
stuff on the moon other lunar features such as moon domes and depression chain
craters and rills undoubtedly have volcanic origin usually the time of the
Moon is not the best to observe the moon wait a minute Oh usually the time of the
full moon is not the best time to observe the moon the surface is evenly
illuminated and there are a few shadows to highlight the features I found that
to be true when recording the moon of zooming it I have found that to be true
actually there’s times in the morning when the Sun was starting to come up and
the moon was like only a quarter and I wanted to record the moon I would zoom
in and and then dim down my brightness and on my camera and they would dim down
the brightness on my camera and zoom in and
see it really really good I had another camera that I gave away and it actually
recorded better than the one that I have right now that I don’t actually have
most leader craters were formed when huge meteorites lumps of okay we already
read that part so once we run to something else other lunar features such
as smooth domes and depressions chain craters and grills undoubtedly have a
volcanic origin usually the time balloon is not the full moon is not the best
time loser a balloon the surface is evenly illuminated and there are few
shadows and highlight features the best time for deserving teachers is when they
live near the Terminator I didn’t know there was a terminator on the moon and
I’m going to read you about the pictures as has left an Apollo 16 astronaut
boring into the moon soil an Apollo Lunar Module landing leg and far left
bottom human footprint on the lunar surface and so I’ll show you guys some
of these pictures here I’ll show you the tape and so since the government took
the pictures I had the mood they’re gonna you know so it’s this is for the
purposes of education and and so it’s public domain because the government
took the pictures and so this is for educational purposes and you know people
who education should be able to earn a living you know educating people this is
the boundary between the light and the dark regions of the moon near the
Terminator that I still can’t get over there’s a terminator
I mean first we have a space for us and there’s a terminator on the moon and
what next will we have on the moon near the Terminator the Anglo Senna’s
low and details are Farber in its shadow at such times the heights of the
mountains on the moon can be calculated from the length of the shadows they cast
moon rocks no one knew for certain what the lunar surface was like until the
Apollo astronauts set foot on the moon it was once thought that the whole
surface was covered with thick layers of soft dust into which anything would sink
the previous landings by spacecraft such as Luna 9 and surveyor we thought Birds
oh they’re over there there’s two ducks listen how noisy they are and Luna 9 and
surveyor show that the surface is firm the me atlanta’s proved to this okay how
much do I owe gosh you need to do a part six so I’m moving on to a part six of
reading about the moon

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