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Posted by Yasir on September 17, 2001 16:10:12 UTC

Is the existence of the moon in a specific orbit in the first place is a mere accident? Of course there a sufficient amount of physics behind that. I have also read different theories about the separation of moon from earth 4.5 billion years ago.

All I want to know is how much room is there in the Laws of Physics, provided the physical constants for earth and moon be the same, for the evolution/ formation of moon ?

Is it merely an accident or just physics ?


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