The moons importance
The moons role
In this tackk I am going to be explaining the moon phases and eclipses and tides
we have moon phases because of the sun and shadows shining on the earth. On earth moon phases affect us because, when we have a full moon that affects how we can see better at night, than if it was a new moon we wouldn't be able to see as well. The phases of the moon depend on how the moon is lined up with the sun and the earth. This is why we have phases and how the moon has phases.
The type of tides are the spring tide and the neap tide. Tides are caused mainly by differences in how much gravity from the moon and the sun pulls on different parts of the earth. Tides affect the earth because when a tide occurs big body of water mainly oceans or seas the gravity of the moon or sun pulls the water up or down.
the types of eclipses are the lunar eclipses and a solar eclipse. The lunar eclipse occurs at a full moon when earth is directly between the moon and the sun. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes directly between earth and the sun, blocking sun light from earth. The moons shadow its earth.
the moon is important, because it affects our tides and when there is a full moon you can see really good at night. Ado if there was no moon we wouldn't have tides and it would be completing dark outside at night if there was non lights.