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What if the moon was replaced by a planet? [Space]
posted March 28 2013 21:10.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Obviously, if Jupiter was as close as our Moon is, WE would be the moon rather than Jupiter... But how would our sky look like if instead of the moon there was a planet as close?



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