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There are over 200 billion solar systems in our galaxy alone, on top of that, there are 100 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Keep in mind, only in the OBSERVABLE universe, therefore that would average a 160,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 or one hundred sixty sextillion amount of planets in the observable universe.

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"Now that humanity knows quite positively that the Moon is not a piece of cheese or a playful god, the phenomena that accompany it (from its monthly cycles to lunar eclipses) are well-explained. It was quite a mystery to the ancient Greeks, though, and in their quest for knowledge, they came up with a few insightful observations that helped humanity figure out the shape of our planet."

"Aristotle (who made quite a lot of observations about the spherical nature of the Earth) noticed that during lunar eclipses (when the Earth’s orbit places it directly between the Sun and the Moon, creating a shadow in the process), the shadow on the Moon’s surface is round. This shadow is the planet's, and it’s a great clue about the spherical shape of the Earth."

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