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Submitted by TechImperia 335d ago | news

Leaving Earth made the moon lemon-shaped

Leaving home can change you – and the moon is no exception. As it drifted away from its parent, Earth, the pull of our planet's gravity gave it an odd bulge on each side and a tilted axis. Uncovering the mystery behind its unusual shape is a step towards finding out exactly when and how the moon formed. (Culture, Hi-tech)

TechImperia  +   336d ago
Keep Calm and Make Lemonade.
Porcelain_Chicken  +   335d ago
Why can i not go into a state of panic and make lemonade? :0
TechImperia  +   335d ago
Relax Buddy that was just some humour
UltraNova  +   335d ago
Cause in panic state you could reach for bleach instead of lemonade? Perhaps? Maybe? Just sayin since you asked...

OT: Well its good we know how is the moon being affected by earth's gravity, what I wanna know is how the moons gravity affects our brains while it pulls them all day long for 70+/- years!

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