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Moon has Changed the Way We Look at the Man in the Moon
The Moon is so prominent in our lives whether we realize it or not. Most of us may not have noticed it, but it has the power to impact us in really amazing ways.
One astronomical phenomenon that we rarely notice is the Man in the Moon cycle. The Moon is a natural phenomenon that has cycles that repeat in an equal period of time. The easiest way to see this happening is to observe the night sky.
Eclipses, moon and sunrise cycle
Whether you reside in the Northern Hemisphere or Southern Hemisphere, the Sun and Moon get brighter and dimmer in unison. This happens twice every month, and on the same day, which is a lunar month. This means that the Moon is rising and setting at the same time, every month, although the Moon rises and sets in the opposite direction of the Sun in the Northern Hemisphere and vice versa in the Southern Hemisphere.
The fact that they rise and set at the same time is a matter of perspective. If you stand on a hill or a high place, you will notice that the Moon rises as the Sun goes down, while if you are near a flat horizon, the Moon rises as the Sun goes up.
Why all the fuss about the Moon?
The distance between the Moon and the Earth is very small, about equal to the distance from the Earth to the nearest star, the Sun. This is why the Moon never leaves the horizon because the Moon is about the same distance away as Earth and Sun. This makes the Moon the closest celestial body to Earth. It is also the reason why the Moon does not affect the tides on Earth.
The Moon is so close to us, that without it, the Earth would never know when to stand still. The Moon is responsible for the tides, affecting the water levels within the ocean.
The shape of the Moon is believed to be significantly different than what we see. Studies by NASA
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