The Moon

[1.3] If a planet is smaller than the earth, it does not need a moon, and the place of the moon is taken by very high mountains, which is the case, for example, with Venus, Mercury and Mars and some other much smaller planets; but what the larger planets are, they must be provided with one or also several moons in order to render the already known service to their planet.

[1.4] But also in the moon, as on the earth, there are humans and innumerable other creatures, only with the difference that no moon is inhabited firstly on the one and the same side which is constantly turned towards the planet, but always on the opposite side, because on the side turned towards the planet it is provided neither with air, nor water, nor fire together with everything necessary for organic life.

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