The moons importance.
The moon is important for five reasons. First, because we get a small dim light from the reflection. Second, The moon allows us to learn a lot more about the moons surface and what we can do with it. Third, it allowed Egyptians to know when to harvest their crops. Those are all importance of the moon.
The Moons role
First,the moons role is to keep cycles in alignment with stars and Egyptians to know when to harvest their crops. second, it The moons role is to keep cycles, continuing in a circle. like the Egyptians, it helped them keep track of when they need to harvest their crops and when to plant their plants. The ocean tides mirror life itself. Their ebb and flow pay homage to the cyclic nature of the cosmos along even the most secluded seashores. But is life itself also ultimately a fluke of the tides
The Moons Role
- Whenever the Moon, Earth and Sun are aligned, the gravitational pull of the sun adds to that of the moon causing maximum tides. Spring tides happen when the sun and moon are on the same side of the earth (New Moon) or when the sun and moon are on opposite sides of the earth (Full Moon).
The Moons Role
- Solar eclipses. Solar eclipses can only occur during the new Moon, when the Moon moves between Earth and Sun and the three celestial bodies form a straight line: Earth - Moon - Sun. There are 4 kinds of solar eclipses: total, partial, annular, and hybrid.
What life would be like with out the moon
First, there would be less tides because there would be no gravity to pull the water away. Second, we would have shorter days. Third, There would be shorter work days. Though, we could have evolved with out the moon though, accept the Egyptian's would of had a harder time of knowing when high tide was coming so they could know when the soil would be fertile enough