Earth's single moon, known as Luna, orbits at distance between 362,600 km at it's closest approach (perigee) to 405,400 km at it's farthest point (apogee). Luna was formed about 4.5 billion years ago when Nibiru passed through the solar system, leaving a wake of destruction in it's path. Luna is in synchronous orbit around Earth, thus always showing the same side to Earth, the Near Side.
The Earth’s moon, Luna, is home to over 800 security personnel, scientists and engineers, miners and supporting personnel along with their families. In the polar regions, water extraction factories are constantly at work extracting frozen water from deep within the massive impact craters that cover the surface of Luna. A Helium 3 factory can be found within the Mare Orientale.