The Sun and Moon

Feb 3rd, 2012
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The sun and the moon have both been dated at 46 billion years old. Other than defining time in human experience, the sun and moon have very little in common. Their differences range from physical attributes to functions. Since the beginning of civilization, both bodies have inspired a fascination in humans.

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The Sun and MoonElizabeth MilamENG 121: English Composition IKathy ConnerMarch 5, 2012The Sun and MoonThe sun and the moon have both been dated at 46 billion years old. Other than defining time in human experience, the sun and moon have very little in common. Their differences range from physical attributes to functions. Since the beginning of civilization, both bodies have inspired a fascination in humans.Even though the sun and moon appear to play similar roles, they are entirely different. The sun is actually a star, whereas the moon is a celestial body. At 92,960,000 miles from E

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