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Gravity the natural force of attraction exerted by a celestial body upon objects at or near its surface (such as Earth or moon),tending to draw them toward its center. Gravity causes things to fall and keeps one body(eg,a moon)in orbit around another(eg,a planet)
Hatch an opening or door in the deck of a ship or the hull of an aircraft or spacecraft
Lunar of, pertaining to, caused by, or affecting the moon
Solar of, pertaining to caused by, or proceeding from the sun
Thruster a small rocket attached to a spacecraft that is used to fine-tune its motion
Covert not openly practiced, engaged in, or shown; secret, hidden, or disguised
Impeach to formally charge (a public official) in front of an official group (as the US Senate) with misconduct in office
Obstruction of justice crime/act of willfully interfering with the process of justice and law. By influencing or impeding a witness, potential witness, juror, or judicial/legal officer, or by withholding (or giving false) information, or impeding an investigation/legal process
Prosecute to initiate civil or criminal court action against some person or group
Resign to give up (often a position), especially by formal notification
Watergate White House political scandal that centered around Pres. Nixon. It was discovered in 1971 because of a break-in at the Democratic headquarters at the Watergate apartment office complex in Washington DC. After Congressional hearings, Nixon resigned in 1974
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