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What is the branch of astronomy concerned with the moon?

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"Selenology" is the study of the Moon, from the Greek goddess of the Moon, Selene. (Pronounced "Sell-eh-nee"
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I would say it really isn't too significant. All it means is there are two full moons in one calender month. The second one is the 'blue moon' It isn't any different than any other
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Astronomy (from the Greek words astron, "star" and -nomy from nomos "law") is the scientific study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, and galaxies
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