A theory in which the moon formed elsewhere and was drawn in to our orbit.
The point in which the object orbiting the earth is at the farthest distance.
What is a natural satellite in terms of the moon?
Moon phases in which the moon is more than half full but less than full.
A theory in which the Earth and moon were formed together.
Occurs when the moon gets between earth and the sun and casts a shadow over the earth.
Moon phase when the moon appears fully illuminated from Earths Perspective.
Mixture of powdery dust and broken rock formed by impact of meteorites on the bodys surface
Any flat dark plain of lower elevation on the moon
A theory in which the moon formed from debris ejected from the Earth when a large object crashed into Earth.
The moon anytime before full moon and after new moon.
The point in which the object orbiting the earth is at the closest distance.
Roundish dent left in the surface of something by the impact of something else
A type of tide in which low tides are higher and high tides are lower
The shadow cast by the moon over an area experiencing a partial eclipse
When the visible part of the moon is less than Half full
Rods of light colored debris stretching out from the center
The debris surrounding an impact crater
During full and new moons the gravitational forces of the sun and moon combine to produce the highest tides also called-
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