What is the moon?

The moon is the only satellite of our planet. It revolves around the Earth at least 4 billion years. This is a stone ball measuring approximately four times less than the Earth. Earth and the Moon are kept in equilibrium in their orbits by the forces of mutual gravitation. Scientists believe that the Moon was formed at an early stage in the development of the Earth, when it was faced with a wandering planet. The blow was so strong that there was nothing left of the planet except for a few molten rock wrecks that were thrown back into space. These fragments have become closer due to gravity and formed the Moon.

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