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Re: Mass Of The Moon

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on January 13, 2000 13:42:34 UTC

: : In 19th century, how could scientists determine mass of the Moon?

If we move moon near atlantic-ocean, and put our measuring system under moon, we can say, that moon has mass-something.

But at space?

Which side of moon we put our measuring system?

But anyway. It dont has any meanings, what is mass. Any situation, moon is, and mirror sunlight to earth, and rounding earth, and keep life existing.

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