The Sun, Earth, Moon & People: It’s All Connected!
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The sun, earth, and moon interact in a complex ballet of motions and forces. The moon orbits the earth once per month, and the earth orbits the sun once per year. This happens because all bodies with mass in the universe attract each other. The earth’s pull on the moon keeps the moon in orbit, and the sun’s pull on the earth keeps the earth in orbit.
But it doesn’t end there. Based on the exact positions of the three bodies, you can have phases and eclipses; sea tides on Earth; the seasons of the year; and gradual changes in orbit, rotation, and tilt. In this lesson, we’re going to go through a few of these interactions in the sun-earth-moon system.