14K Yellow Gold Sapphire Moon diamond Stars Necklace Charm
No Woman Has Ever Walked On The Moon Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon, and, along with fellow astronaut, Buzz Aldrin, made the first successful landing on the moon in 1969. Since this time, according to Space, there have been only 12 people who have set foot on the moon, and none of these individuals have been a woman.
The publication also notes that all of the individuals who have set foot on the moon have been American males, the last of which was Gene Cernan, back in 1972. Universe Today also notes that no one has ever walked on the moon twice.
There are even Pink Floyd lyrics about the dark side of the moon, but the entire concept of a “dark side” is inaccurate and just because the far side of the moon does not face Earth, does not mean that it is dark all the time.
In fact, according to Space, both sides of the moon see the same amount of sunlight, the only difference is that we only ever see one side of the moon from Earth because it rotates on its axis.
The moon has become the subject of many stories, fables, and songs, and according to Futurism, the first-ever recorded song actually had mention of the moon. This is 1860, by French bookseller and inventor, Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville, who recorded a ten-second phonautograph clip of the French folk song, “Au Claire de la Lune” (the English translation, according to Thought.Co is “In the light of the moon.”
This fact is obviously less about the moon itself, but more about the feelings and creative inspiration it appears to give humans.
According to World Science Festival, during the Apollo 14 mission, astronaut Stuart Roosa decided to take seeds of trees (400-500 seeds) up to space with him and his two fellow astronauts. According to Business Insider, these seeds were from a variety of different trees, including Loblolly Pine, Sycamore, Redwood, Douglas Fir, and Sweetgum, and when the astronauts returned to Earth, these “moon trees” were planted all across the United States.
These trees thrived, suggesting that there was no effect from their trip to the moon.
Metal: 14k Yellow Gold
Sapphire Weight: 0.25
diamond Weight: 0.115 CT
Earring Closure: Post