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By Aazam

The history of the Moon and that of our own Earth are intricately entwined

It and all we understand about the Moon are literally sharing space with us

He aids in our understanding of the planet Earth and the solar system as a whole

According to Andrea Jones, director of International Observations the Moon Night, many people have a very strong emotional bond with the Moon

International Observations the Moon Night was first conceived in 2009

Jones, who also oversees the Solar System Exploration Division's public outreach efforts at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

In that year, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, two sister missions to the Moon (LCROSS)

Everyone has a distinct idea of what it means to participate in the International Observation of the Moon Night

Worldwide, people celebrate the moon with physical and virtual celebrations that might be large or tiny, public or private

The NASA Night Sky Network, one of Science Near Me's partners, supplied this programme as well as a number of other space-related ones that are featured there

See if there are any International Observe the Moon Night celebrations taking place today in your area

On October 1st, you might want to join the world in moon gazing