Many planets in our solar system have more than one moon. Mars has two moons, Jupiter has 67, Saturn 62, Uranus 27, Neptune 14. Those numbers keep changing, and you can see from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. It makes sense that the outer worlds, with their stronger gravity, would have more moons. Meanwhile, our planet Earth has just one moon. Doesn’t it?
In Arizona this was actually an eclipse and for a brief bit of time it did appear that there were two moons or an odd shaped moon. Sort of a figure eight, kept shifting as we watched.. then the moon went red/brown and orange.. very cool effect! :)
yo,yo,yo geese man we are totally psyched out. we are in in our hot pink convertible wait'in for this '' what ya''all call TWO MOONS'' We got our phycadelic lava lamps sitt'in out on our (what we call) totally hipped out tables. We are hipped out of sight.
I don't know much about orbits and astronomy but wouldn't two moons that close to the earth cause huge monsoons, earthquakes, and all kinds of damage to the planet?
|Mission|| Defeat Ephnesien (*P)
(30 BP given)
|Time limit||60 minutes|
|Battle limit||No Limits|
|End Boss(es)||Ephnesien, Nesien|
|Evil Cores|| Max: 4 |
|Ability Points (AP)|| Max: 40 |
|Rewards|| 5,500 |