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Lunar Landing

Due to the extensive press coverage of the Mars Rover a rather significant lunar landing went virtually unnoticed.  Yes, that’s right! Another moon landing, but this time on another moon.  This recently discovered moon named “Volta-Lunax”, orbits our closest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri in the constellation Centaurus.

The most striking feature of this moon is its powerful undulating electrical charge that produces colorful reactions with surface minerals. See video for an awesome display of the dynamic electriscape of Volta-Lunax.

The amazed crew of the explorer vehicle, Scuttlebuggy 7, had to wear protective eye gear to gaze at what amounted to a spectacular lunar light show.  They are still wondering where the music was coming from.

 

 

 

 

 

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