Happy Moon Day!
We know the moon as the keeper of the Earth’s tides. A beautiful, glowing object that appears in the sky, each night, guarding over us. So, in honor of the stellar, celestial object, here are a couple of pieces that I am just over the moon for! And not to mention, five-must knows about our nightly friend.
Today, on July 20, 1969, these words were heard around the world, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"- Neil Armstrong.
One of the most common myths around a full moon, is that “madness” occurs. I mean it could explain a lot.
Even though the sun is much bigger, the moon’s gravitation pull is twice as powerful, and is responsible for high and low tides of all bodies of water on Earth.
Talk about Girl Power, the moon is the ultimate symbol of feminism #getitgirl
A Crescent moon can be seen shortly after or before the new moon. Throughout time, this phase of the moon often symbolizes a time to bring forth new beginnings and create.