Trip to the Moon (cont.)
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CIRCLING THE MOON, the rocket passes 200 miles
above the crater Albategnius. Seen from the earth, Albategnius is in the center of the moon's visible
disk.
THE ROCKET FALLS toward the moon with its
motors shut off. Since its occupants fall at the
same speed, they are able to climb out
weightlessly in special suits.
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