The moon does not spin on it's axis, it is tidally locked to the Earth.
This is wrong. The moon DOES rotate/spin on it's axis, but it rotates only once during its orbit around Earth and that is excactly the reason we only
see one side ("the near side") of it from our little place in the universe.
But this little video explains the moon's rotation far better than a dummy like me could ever hope to to with words.
The color of the Mars sky at its apex is blue violet. I can say this because the color wavelength of the sky in the Rover images is brightest when the
432 nm. Filter is used. Go to: marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov... There you will see comparative images of the Mars
sky. Click on the lightest one and you will see that its wavelength is 432 nm. The 432nm wavelength filter allows only blue violet and white light to
pass through it.
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