Eleven planets ...
Dozens of moons ... and One teenager with the power to
align them all.
Below is a map of an imaginary solar system
consisting of 11 planets. Each
planet has a unique number of moons (shown as a number on the
planet). Realign the planets so that the total number of moons
for any three planets in a row totals the Moon Unit (a totally
arbitrary number that we pick out of the ether).
Can you successfully align all of the planets in four different solar systems? Click on the right arrow below to learn how to realign the planets to total a Moon Unit of 45.