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Title: Could You Would You / Moon Crazy
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So what could we do with the rest of that distance? Well, we could obviously fit Pluto into that slot. It’s around 2,300 km across. Which leaves us about 2,092 km to play with. We could fit one more dwarf planet in there (not Eris though, too big). The amazing Wolfram-Alpha can make this calculation for you automatically: total diameter of the planets. Although, this includes the diameter of Earth too. A nod to CapnTrip on Reddit for posting this.
As a result, a moon day (which has the same meaning with an Earth day – the amount of time it takes for the moon to rotate around itself once) is about 4 weeks long. What’s more: if the moon didn’t rotate at all, we would see all of its sides – it would alternately show its near and far sides to Earth. Its rotating is the very reason that we see always see the same face of the moon.
Crazy Moon is a 1978 studio album by the hard rock band Crazy Horse. She's Hot" (Steve Antoine, Sampedro) - 3:11. Going Down Again" (Molina) - 3:26. Lost and Lonely Feelin'" (Sampedro) - 3:10. Dancin' Lady" (Sampedro, Talbot) - 3:23. End of the Line" (Molina) - 3:10. New Orleans" (Ben Keith, Talbot) - 3:11. Love Don't Come Easy" (Molina) - 3:10. Downhill" (Sampedro) - 4:15. Too Late Now" (Sampedro) - 2:54. That Day" (Talbot) - 3:18.
Luna: The Moon of Earth Describe the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse. satellite Scientists have learned a lot from studying Earth's moon, which is also called Luna. The lunar rocks brought back during the Apollo missions were found to be about . billion years old. Because these rocks have hardly changed since they formed, scientists, know the solar system itself is about . phase eclipse The Surface of the Moon Describe the individual characteristics of the moons of other planets. Explain why you don't see solar and lunar eclipses every month. All of the gas giants have multiple moons, and scientists are still discovering new moons.
The moon measures only a half degree across, which gives it an area of only . square degrees. So you could fill up the entire sky, including the half that lies below our feet, with 206,264 full moons - and still come up short by 191,836 in the effort to match the brightness of the sun. 4) The first- or last-quarter moon is not one half as bright as a full moon. If the moon's surface were like a perfectly smooth billiard ball, its surface brightness would be the same all over . For example, Copernicus Crater is named for Nicolaus Copernicus, a Polish astronomer who realized in the 1500s that the planets move about the sun. Archimedes Crater is named for the Greek mathematician Archimedes, who made many mathematical discoveries in the third century .
There would be a crazy amount of drag on the moon if it was orbiting through an atmosphere. Even if you think of just the gasses sliding over each other there would still be friction/drag. This would cause the moon to slow down and spiral inward. You could theoretically pull the moon into a tighter orbit that skims the atmosphere of earth but all that drag (which is what burns up space debris that enters our atmosphere) would be slowing it down and it would eventually smash into earth.
Could Earth survive without its crater-faced little brother? It's not a totally preposterous scenario to consider, especially since it actually is moving away from us at a rate of nearly four centimeters every year. First of all, if the moon were destroyed violently enough for it to break apart, we'd likely experience a pretty violent moon rock storm down here on Earth. Plus, ever wonder how the moon got all those huge craters? It's a veritable punching bag for big ol' asteroids, stopping some that might otherwise make their way down here. Without a protector, we'd be in the line of fire for more asteroids than we are now, which as any dinosaur will tell you, could be very, very bad.
The moon also goes around the Earth in an ellipse so it is sometimes closer than at other times. That means all the other planets would actually only fit in between the Moon and Earth during apogee (when the Moon is at it’s farthest distance) which is 40. 00 km. At the average distance of 38. 00 or during perigee (Moon’s closest distance) of 36. 00 km, it wouldn’t fit. 818 views · View 2 Upvoters.
Tidal effects could also allow a moon to sustain plate tectonics, which would cause volcanic activity to regulate the moon's temperature and create a geodynamo effect which would give the satellite a strong magnetic field. Axial tilt and climate. Provided gravitational interaction of a moon with other satellites can be neglected, moons tend to be tidally locked with their planets.
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