Gravity Tour Of The Moon

Submitted by: piperfawn 4 years ago in Science

Like a giant Christmas ball for the Hearth.
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Male 1,065
Riveting!
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Male 15,832
[quote]that`s basically just a map of heights[/quote]
No, it`s a map of density near the surface.
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Male 13,630
Theres a lot of gravity movement between the moon and Earth, was going on but just looks at 5cats post, and it covers
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Male 687
that`s basically just a map of heights
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Male 1,065
Riveting!
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Male 15,832
[quote]I don`t actually understand this.[/quote]
The high-gravity sites are impact craters from large iron meteorites. The iron is more dense than the basalt that makes up the moon`s surface, so it creates a slightly higher gravitational field in that location.
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Female 2,549
Gravity shamravity, it`s a cheese ball.
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Male 39,955

I don`t actually understand this.
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Male 914
"Gravity Is NOT Consistant!"

Neither is spelling ability.
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Male 1,497
Oh ya.
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Male 40,772
Gravity Is NOT Consistant!

There are variations here on Earth too. A big one is in Hudson Bay (Manitoba`s seashore, eh?).

Magnetic fields are also messed up in Hudson Bay too.

Nice one @piperfawn! The moon looks like a dog`s chewy-toy...
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Male 5,167
Link: Gravity Tour Of The Moon [Rate Link] - Like a giant Christmas ball for the Hearth.
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