What a Buzz!
Walking on the Moon by astronauts or a dance step in which the dancer creates the illusion of walking forward while actually sliding back one foot at a time.
Jumping on #Earth vs jumping on the #Moon#SundayScience pic.twitter.com/LQ8ZLaaZV2
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) January 8, 2017
#NASA #created a #gravity #simulator before #going to the #moon. pic.twitter.com/lDSrUXZ0RB
— Science Academy (@SienceAcademy) January 14, 2018
Tripping on the #Moon: the most genuinely human side of the lunar experience in an awesome video [full video: https://t.co/4omqcUuccR] pic.twitter.com/rCOpoSm7O6
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) May 12, 2018
Here’s why astronauts look so clumsy on the moon pic.twitter.com/2YqFaqDz1F
— Seeker (@Seeker) October 22, 2019
An extra bonus during our broadcast announcing new partnerships – Astronaut Stan Love demonstrated lunar gravity! The Moon's gravitational pull is 1/6 of the Earth's so jumping on the Moon is extra-bouncy. pic.twitter.com/frIeUTnym2
— NASA Moon (@NASAMoon) November 29, 2018
welcome to all our new followers in the past few days.
this calls for a walk on the moon and a moon walk.https://t.co/O8DxNxrTWC pic.twitter.com/1p33e9VVHb
— It's Full of Stars (@IFOS9000) June 30, 2018
Psalm 8:4 When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, The moon and the stars, which You have ordained; 4 What is man that You take thought of him, And the son of man that You care for him?