Let's have a little fun today by playing a game. I am going to make two lists, one of the planets in our solar system and one list of some of the moons. I then want you all to match the moons with the planet that it orbits. Now that is easy, right? Well, did you know that there are 146 permanent natural moons and 27 temporary moons orbiting our solar system's eight major planets. Now, it doesn't sound all that easy, right? OK, I am only going to use five (5) planets and eight (8) moons. Let's see how you do on the test:
Good luck, and by the way, I only got a couple right. I recognized all of them, but with my CRS, I couldn't remember where they all lived. Maybe you all can do better. Now don't cheat by looking them up. Of course if you can't match any of them, go ahead and look them up. I will give the answers in my blog post tomorrow.
Have a great day and don't forget to look up every clear night, you may be surprised what all you see, you hear?