I find space fascinating. Space is almost unimaginable to me. If I was not so claustrophobic or afraid I would definitely go to space or be an astronaut. That would be amazing. By exploring space we have learned a lot about understanding human beings. It has also created a plethora of new ideas and technology that we use today. Using space we now can communicate and navigate around the world with satellites. We also now have GPS because of space. Space has created many new opportunities for…
Wait but... What would happen I mean really? Can werewolves not be astronauts? What would happen if they went to another planet? Are they only affected by our moon, or any moon on any planet? What about planets with multiple moons?
"Hubble's High-Definition Panoramic View of the Andromeda Galaxy" http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2015/02/image/a/warn/ "The sky is just awash with stars when you’re on the far side of the Moon, and you don’t have any sunlight to cut down on the lower intensity, dimmer stars. You see them all, and it’s all just a sheet of white." - Al Worden, astronaut (quoted by reddit user "FlyingCarsArePlanes" at link)
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