A day in the moon is not exactly my kind of subject-matter. But the testimonies from astronauts{in history and today} of their own life’s experiences has now left a desire in a few hearts if not every individual a desire to spend a day in the moon so lets talk about it then.

So before getting neck-deep in the excitements it is important that we take a quick look at the advantages and disadvantage you are likely to face when you spend a day in the moon.

The brightest and largest object in our night sky, the Moon makes Earth a more liveable planet by moderating our home planet’s wobble on its axis, leading to a relatively stable climate.


By successfully establishing a presence on the Moon, we will enhance life on Earth and prepare to explore the rest of our solar system and beyond. by also keeping astronauts healthy in a lower-gravity and higher-radiation environment than Earth well this makes it an important challenge for medical researchers to seek and pinpoint medically the outcome of spending a day in the moon.


The big problem with the moon is that it’s completely inhospitable to human life there’s no atmosphere nor-protection from the sun radiation, enormous temperature variations and a gravity so low.

It takes 3days for a spacecraft to reach the Moon from Earth in this process a spacecraft travels at least 240,000 miles {386,400 kilometres} which is the distance between Earth and the Moon.

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