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Wonders of the Moon review – a timely celebration of all things lunar

This week’s extravaganza is a nice excuse for a documentary that takes in Apollo 12 astronauts, coral having sex and Pink Floyd The supermoon? Yes, I know this, and why it’s in the news. Now that it seems the president of the United States will be visiting us after all, in October, a supermoon will be our welcome. Protesters will line the street and, when the motorcade passes, they will bow, facing the other way, with their pants around their ankles – #ShowYourRumpToTrump – no, really, look it up.
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