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Well, the Moon orbits the Earth, so it's following the Earth around in its orbit around the Sun. Now, we can actually get a little more precise here. The Earth actually takes an elliptical path around the Sun. It ranges in distance from 147 million km to 152 million km.
Children's fairytales tell us that the moon is made of cheese, but like all bodies in the solar system, rock is the more realistic ingredient. The moon's surface is covered with dead volcanoes, impact craters, and lava flows, some visible to the unaided stargazer
Just as the discovery of water on the moon transformed our textbook knowledge of Earth's nearest celestial neighbor, recent studies confirm that our moon does indeed have an atmosphere consisting of some unusual gases, including sodium