The moon is a luminescent projection in the night sky that changes shape from circular to nonexistant as the slide on the projector changes once every 24 hours.

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The moon was originally used as a technologically advanced calendar by the ancient Mayans. Scientists speculate that the shadowy areas on the moon may have also served a similar purpose to the minute and hour hands of today's clocks.


The moon was unearthed in 1821 by an archeologist by the name of Hendrick Gibberson in the Andes Mountains. Gibberson originally believed he had found a sort of ancient ceremonial plate due to its small size and constantly changing shape.

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