In this dissertation the effects the moon has on people and some possibilities that could happen on the moon will be discussed and explained. The effects that will be talked about, are more about the mental effects than the physical effects. I’ve always wondered if we could have a farm on the moon, or what would happen if there was no moon, so the possibilities that will be brought up are more like different proposals. Does the full moon really cause odd behavior? According to The article, “Lunacy and The Full Moon” by Hal Arkowitz, and Scott O. Lilienfeld, Greek philosopher Aristotle and the Roman historian Pliny the Elder, both suggested that since the brain is the “moistest” organ in the body, it would lead to the moon affecting our body, like it would with the tides.
This is evidence that the moon landings were faked because only two astronauts walked on the moon at a time, yet in photographs such as this one where both are visible, there is no sign of a camera. Who could have taken the picture? ‘The cameras were mounted to the astronauts ' chests,’ said astronomer Phil Plait. In the picture above, Plait says, "you can see [Neil 's] arms are sort of at his chest. That 's where the camera is.
Book II deals with spherical astronomy, such as celestial coordinates and orbits (Armitage, 1990, pg. 69). Copernicus discusses the earth’s motions in orbit in great detail in Book III. The theory of the moon’s motions and with the determination of the distances of the sun and the moon in Book IV. Essentially, Book V is the most extensive and critical of the six books.
The moon landing is also of such astronomical precision, based on the Orion Star cluster. Either the sea of tranquility is a constant match as the great Pyramids of Egypt on planet Earth. The time chosen to land on moon is also set according to the astronomical constant happen with moon and Orion Cluster. The landing and takeoff from moon happened within the same time, when those astronomical constants were happening in the moon for few
The heliocentric theory is the idea that the sun is the center of the universe rather than the earth. Exploiting, mathematics Copernicus was able to create a radically new, post-Ptolemaic system, which illustrated all the celestial objects revolving around the sun. Copernicus also stated that the moon revolved around the earth. Furthermore, this demoted the moon from a planet to a satellite. However, people of his time thought the heliocentric theory was incorrect and strange.
There are 6,000 stars that can be observed from Earth. Sun is the nearest star from the Earth. Stars appear in the sky at night.Our distributions reproduce the observed extinction of starlight, which varies depending on the interstellar environment through which the light travels. (Weingartner & Draine, 2001). Stars do not appear during the daylight because of Sun.
The following cartoon displays pathos by displaying an image of a watching the event of the moon la which seems to take place in the moon itself. The image is an example of pathos being used in the cartoon to make people have a certain connection with the illustrator. Additionally, it also shows the realistic image of people observing the event of the moon in their living rooms behind the screen. However, with people being involved in the event of the moon, they forget that at the time there was a drastic amount of poverty, prejudice, and mostly importantly war. At the the time of the moon exploration, the cold war was a big issue in the United States and not many civilians were concerned about it.
The moon symbolizes Cyrano’s creativity and uniqueness and in the 1640s, the moon was considered unattainable. When Cyrano says he “fell from the moon”, he is referring to his creativeness. The moon is also symbolic of the obstacles Cyrano must face although he knows Roxane is his “unattainable object”. However, Cyrano’s is a prideful man and he has confidence that Roxane will at least admire not necessarily his appearance, but his soul and eloquence instead.
The people of medieval Europe also believed each sphere has its own solar system with stars, planets, and sun, and they all orbit around Earth. It wasn’t until Copernicus in the sixteenth century that the idea of the earth revolving around the sun was considered and it wasn’t until the eighteenth century that people started to think that the universe was “infinite in time and space.”( pg.2) According to Christian the modern temporal scales are as intimidating
To make a declaration about the earth’s shape, the shadow cast must be appreciated from multiple light source angles, not assumed to be at a 90 degree angle to a flat object. In addition, Aristotle would argue that one must observe the stages of a total lunar eclipse, as the moon travels completely into and then out of earth’s shadow, displaying a circular shadow at all times. Referring back to the light example, if the light is always shining directly in front of the round object, for instance a pie tin, a similar circular shadow will be formed on the wall. But, if the light source is moved off to the side, a more oblong shadow is formed, with portions of the shadow almost linear. So, in this case, only a sphere would maintain the circular shadow shape, because the sphere’s profile is circular on all sides.