# How are the tides on Earth be different if the moon revolves around Earth and 15 days instead of 30 days?

## How are the tides on Earth be different if the moon revolves around Earth and 15 days instead of 30 days?

The moons gravitational force. How would the tides on Earth be different if the moon revolved around he Earth in 15 days instead of 30 days? There would be less time between each tide. They would come much faster.

## What happens if we lose the moon?

It is the pull of the Moon’s gravity on the Earth that holds our planet in place. Without the Moon stabilising our tilt, it is possible that the Earth’s tilt could vary wildly. It would move from no tilt (which means no seasons) to a large tilt (which means extreme weather and even ice ages).

## Who is bigger moon and Earth?

The moon is a bit more than one-fourth (27 percent) the size of Earth, a much larger ratio (1:4) than any other planets and their moons. Earth’s moon is the fifth largest moon in the solar system. The moon’s mean radius is 1,079.6 miles (1,737.5 kilometers).

## Why is there a full moon approximately once a month?

The “amount” of Moon that we see as we look from Earth changes in a cycle that repeats about once a month (29.5 days). The relative positions of our Sun, Earth, and Moon, cause these changes. A full Moon occurs when the Moon has moved in its orbit so that Earth is “between” the Moon and the Sun.

## Could a solar eclipse happen if the moon were farther away how might it look?

If the Moon were slightly smaller or orbited a little farther away from Earth, it would never completely cover the solar disk. If the Moon were a little larger or orbited a bit closer to Earth, it would block much of the solar corona during totality, and eclipses wouldn’t be nearly as spectacular.

## Why is a solar eclipse so rare?

In a total eclipse, the disk of the Sun is fully obscured by the Moon. Total solar eclipses are rare at any particular location because totality exists only along a narrow path on the Earth’s surface traced by the Moon’s full shadow or umbra. An eclipse is a natural phenomenon.

## Can the moon block the sun?

Even though the Moon is much smaller than the Sun, because it is just the right distance away from Earth, the Moon can fully blocks the Sun’s light from Earth’s perspective. This completely blocks out the Sun’s light. However, the Moon is about 400 times smaller than the Sun.

## Can you see a solar eclipse on the moon?

Solar eclipses on the Moon are caused when the planet Earth passes in front of the Sun and blocks its light. Eclipses there are seen during the lunar sunrise and sunset and extend to the furthermost areas of the near side but mainly not in the polar areas of the Moon.

## What Cannot be seen during a solar eclipse?

All color film, black-and-white film that contains no silver, photographic negatives with images on them (x-rays and snapshots), smoked glass, sunglasses (single or multiple pairs), photographic neutral density filters and polarizing filters are unsafe filters to watch a solar eclipse.

## Why can’t everyone see a total solar eclipse?

But not everyone experiences every solar eclipse. Getting a chance to see a total solar eclipse is rare. The Moon’s shadow on Earth isn’t very big, so only a small portion of places on Earth will see it. You have to be on the sunny side of the planet when it happens.

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