[ sˈɪlvəsˌa͡ɪd], [ sˈɪlvəsˌaɪd], [ s_ˈɪ_l_v_ə_s_ˌaɪ_d]
How to use "Silverside" in context?
The silver side of the moon is one of the most mysterious places in the Solar System. On the near side, the surface is cratered and rocky, while the far side is smooth and featureless. Scientists have long wondered what lies underneath the silver side, and whether it holds any secrets.
Some researchers have argued that the smooth side of the moon is actually the original side, and that the far side was battered by collisions with other objects in the Solar System. Others believe that the smooth side is the only side that ever sees the light of day, and that the surface on the other side is hidden by a layer of ice.
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