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Born on the Greek island of Corfu in June 1921, Philip was the great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria and nephew of Constantine I of Greece, whose 1922 abdication forced the young infant and his family to flee their home country.
Philip spent stretches of time in France, England and Germany, and was notably scarred by tragedies, including the institutionalization of his mother and death of his beloved older sister in a plane crash.
The years after the coronation of Queen Elisabeth II the royals continued to embrace television as a way of connecting with the British people:
Much of this push for transparency can be traced back to Prince Philip, whose unconventional upbringing inspired him to modernize the monarchy.
Before the Apollo mission research, there were three theories about how the Moon formed.
Today, the giant-impact theory is widely accepted. It proposes that Earth and a small planet collided. The debris from this impact collected in orbit around Earth to form the Moon.
The Apollo mission brought back rock and soil from the Moon. It showed that the Earth and Moon share chemical and isotopic similarities, suggesting a linked history.
The minerals on the Moon contain less water than similar terrestrial rocks. The Moon has material that forms quickly at a high temperature.
The giant-impact model suggests that, in the Earth's early history, the proto-Earth and Theia (a Mars-sized planet) collided and reformed as one body. A small part of the new mass spun off to become the Moon.
Some suggest that early Earth and Theia came from the same neighbourhood as the solar system was forming and were made of similar materials.
If you look at the lunar surface, it seems pale grey with dark splodges.
The pale grey is a rock named anorthosite. It forms as molten rock cools down. The dark areas are another rock type called basalt. Basalt is the most common surface on all inner planets in our solar system and can be found on the ocean floor.
For decades, fashion trends typically were started through the method of fashion house to magazine to consumer.
In our current Internet world, things have changed. Fashion houses still impact the way fashion trends start, but other sources also play a role. Fashion trends now evolve through five key ways: From the runway, through street style, celebrities, fashion bloggers, and different fashion capitals globally.
Many of the current trends are inspired by the looks that designers send down the runways each season during Fashion Week events in New York, Milan, and Paris.
One reason runways inspire trends is that runway looks are moments created by fashion designers that are fantastical. People wait for many of the pieces in anticipation because they are typically over-the-top designs that look like they came from a dream.
Celebrities are the biggest driving force in trend creation.
Companies often turn to celebrities to be spokespeople for their brands and products because celebrities are highly influential. They have a huge fan base and consequently a bigger reach than the latest fashion magazine.
Fashion trends vary all over the world. People often look out of their geographic area to trend-source for a unique newness.
Trends from fashion capitals of the world - New York City, Paris, Milan, and London - are seen through a different set of eyes that enable fashion lovers to bring something new to their world.
Street style refers to everyday looks seen on the streets. These looks make an impact on the people who pass them by.
Reasons street style inspires trends:
Fashion bloggers have proven to the masses that they have great taste. They are the creators of fashion trends, not followers. They offer a fresh perspective on the fashion industry that is loved and respected by their readers.
Designers turn to fashion bloggers to help promote their products. Fashion bloggers set trends by styling the garments in various ways, photographing themselves and sharing the images to their large audiences.