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It was an eclipse.

  •  Moon 

    The moon in the night sky. - 24799
  • NASA said that astronauts landed on the moon years ago. Why have we not gone back to the moon? - 421
  • Do not stare at the bright sun or it may damage your eyes. You should never stare at the sun for a prolonged period of time, because it is bad for your eyes. - 611
  • Never look directly at the sun, because it may cause blindness. - 612
  • They say that the Sun is the center of the solar system.
    Some people believe that the Earth is the center of the cosmos. - 17790
  • Sunglasses should not be worn at night as this reduces visibility. - 613
  • Scientists say that sunlight takes about 8.3 minutes to travel from the sun to the Earth. - 614
  • The rising of the sun. - 615
  • The sun is too hot and bright. Try to stay in the shade. - 616
  Key words: Eclipse, Eclipses, Java, Moon, Shadow, Sun  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is the purpose of the moon?
  Answer: The moon was designed by God to light the night sky. It is also used as a monthly calendar and for signs. - 338

Question: What is the purpose of the sun?
  Answer: The energy from the sun provides us with heat and light. Without the sun we could not survive. - 290

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  Comments and Quotes  

I have never been to the moon, or tried to measure the actual distance to the moon. My camera can clearly see the moon craters. Perhaps the moon is closer then what they tell us. - Ron Rooks - 270

I miss the yellow orange sun I spent 48 years of my life looking at, I hate the white sun that nobody else seems to notice! - Hope Jones - 18

The sun is much brighter when we do get to see it, it burns my eyes to even look in the direction of the sun. - Cathy Dolbec - 22

I remember in the 1970s the sun looked yellow not white and golden rays of sunlight coming down , - Julie Wesson - 30

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