John Lennon’s Name Now Famous Across The Universe

The Beatles music has always been considered “far out”, but now the International Lunar Geographic Society has decided to rename a crater on the moon to honor musician and peace activist John Lennon. The honorary distinction became effective October 9, 2009 which would have been Lennon’s 69th birthday cheap levitra if he were still alive today. The crater is located in the Moon’s Lacus Somniorum or “Lake of Dreams” district. There have only been a few great people in earth’s history that have been given the honor of having a

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moon crater named after them. Some examples include Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Columbus, Sir Isaac Newton, Julius Caesar and Jules Verne. The John Lennon Peace Crater measures approximately six kilometers in diameter, with buy viagra a depth of about 990 levitra online meters and is located at 37.0o North (latitude) and 25.8o East (longitude) on the Earthside of the Moon (not the Dark Side buy generic viagra of the Moon, because I suppose that is named after Pink Floyd!)

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