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A Moon is a natural satellite that orbits a planet. Our moon orbits the Earth from about 238,856 miles (384,402km) away. It is among the largest moons in our solar system, relative to the size of the planet it orbits and its gravitational force can be felt here on Earth, ...
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The Planet Venus has been given many names throughout history. It has been called the evening and the morning star, the dawn star, Eosphorus, Hesperus and Lucifer. It is the planet closest to Earth and has been called Earth's sister planet, even her twin. It is easily seen in the ...
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Eggs are powerful spiritual symbols in nearly every tradition, though their specific significance does vary. They are little packages of potential containing all that is needed to create life wrapped up in a protective shell. An egg symbolizes life, birth, perfection, and even the Universe. The egg contains life, it ...
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Natural History Halite is the mineral better known as rock salt or sodium chloride (NaCl). This mineral forms cubic or isometric crystals that are usually white or clear but may show a variety of colors depending on the impurities the crystal contains. History and Folklore Crushed halite is used as ...
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The word "salt" often references fine crystals of sodium chloride, a common compound which is also present as halite. In chemistry, a salt references an ionic compound formed during the neutralizing reaction when an acid and base are combined. This article references the former. Salt is essential for life and ...
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Water Lily

Nymphaeaceae spp The Nymphaeacaea family has 8 genera and 70 species, five of which can be called Lotus. Water lilies are aquatic plants that grow in still waters throughout the tropical and temperate world. They grow from rhizomes beneath the soil at the bottom of a water feature and have long, ...
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