The Inhabitants of the Moon & Sun
 Joseph Smith, Jr.
"The inhabitants of the moon are more of a uniform size than the inhabitants of the earth, being about 6 feet in height. They dress very much like the Quaker style and are quite general in the style or the one fashion of dress. They live to be very old; coming generally, near a thousand years."
 Brigham Young
"So it is with regard to the inhabitants of the sun. Do you think it is inhabited? I rather think it is. Do you think there is any life there? No question of it; it was not made in vain. It was made to give light to those who dwell upon it, and to other planets' and so will this earth when it is celestialized."
[1a] Joseph Smith, Jr., The History of Oliver B. Huntington, p. 10, typed copy, Marriott Library, University of Utah
[1b] Joseph Smith, Jr., (Similar Reference); Young Woman's Journal "The inhabitants of the moon", 3:263-264;
 Brigham Young, 1871, Journal of Discourses, Volume 13, page 271