The Moon's Importance
The Moon's Role
Phases of a moon are part of life. If you notice the moon is sometimes a full moon or half lit up of the moon. Tides the spring tide follows the moon. So on the opposite side o's a spring tide and in between are heap tide. These are tings about tides and the moon.
Moon phases happen during months. There are 8 phases. These phases to earth are very important if there was no moon there would not be a night or moon phases. Phases also affect us by kinda of telling if the moon is revolving around the earth. So these are the moon phases.
There are two types of tides spring and heap tides. The spring tide is a high tide. The nap tide is a low tide. The spring tide follows the moon. The neap tide is between the spring. This tides affect us greatly on earth by talking if the earth is in position.
This is a lunar eclipse. Eclipses happen ounce a month. This eclipse happens because the sun is behind earth. The moon is letting light pass trough tis is why the moon appears red. These eclipses are important because of the moon wasn't their there would be no light.
The moon is important because if here was no moon there would not be a night. Earth without the moon would change history. The first man on the moon wouldn't be the first to be on the moon with no moon. Discovery would change everything. There would be nothing revolving earth. That's what earth would be with out the moon.