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The concentration of maria on the Near Side likely reflects the substantially thicker crust of the highlands of the Far Side, which may have formed in a slow-velocity impact of a second moon of Earth a few tens of millions of years after their formation.

The other major geologic process that has affected the Moon's surface is impact cratering , [92] with craters formed when asteroids and comets collide with the lunar surface.

Although only a few multi-ring basins have been definitively dated, they are useful for assigning relative ages.

Because impact craters accumulate at a nearly constant rate, counting the number of craters per unit area can be used to estimate the age of the surface.

Blanketed on top of the Moon's crust is a highly comminuted broken into ever smaller particles and impact gardened surface layer called regolith , formed by impact processes.

The finer regolith, the lunar soil of silicon dioxide glass, has a texture resembling snow and a scent resembling spent gunpowder. Comparison of high-resolution images obtained by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has shown a contemporary crater-production rate significantly higher than previously estimated.

Lunar swirls are enigmatic features found across the Moon's surface. They are characterized by a high albedo, appear optically immature i.

Their shape is often accentuated by low albedo regions that wind between the bright swirls. Liquid water cannot persist on the lunar surface.

When exposed to solar radiation, water quickly decomposes through a process known as photodissociation and is lost to space. However, since the s, scientists have hypothesized that water ice may be deposited by impacting comets or possibly produced by the reaction of oxygen-rich lunar rocks, and hydrogen from solar wind , leaving traces of water which could possibly persist in cold, permanently shadowed craters at either pole on the Moon.

In years since, signatures of water have been found to exist on the lunar surface. However, later radar observations by Arecibo , suggest these findings may rather be rocks ejected from young impact craters.

The Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft has since confirmed the existence of surface water ice, using the on-board Moon Mineralogy Mapper. The spectrometer observed absorption lines common to hydroxyl , in reflected sunlight, providing evidence of large quantities of water ice, on the lunar surface.

In May , — ppm water in melt inclusions in lunar sample was reported, [] the famous high-titanium "orange glass soil" of volcanic origin collected during the Apollo 17 mission in The inclusions were formed during explosive eruptions on the Moon approximately 3.

This concentration is comparable with that of magma in Earth's upper mantle. Analysis of the findings of the Moon Mineralogy Mapper M3 revealed in August for the first time "definitive evidence" for water-ice on the lunar surface.

In October , astronomers reported detecting molecular water on the sunlit surface of the moon by several independent spacecraft, including the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy SOFIA.

The gravitational field of the Moon has been measured through tracking the Doppler shift of radio signals emitted by orbiting spacecraft. The main lunar gravity features are mascons , large positive gravitational anomalies associated with some of the giant impact basins, partly caused by the dense mare basaltic lava flows that fill those basins.

There are some puzzles: lava flows by themselves cannot explain all of the gravitational signature, and some mascons exist that are not linked to mare volcanism.

The Moon has an external magnetic field of generally less than 0. The Moon does not currently have a global dipolar magnetic field and only has crustal magnetization likely acquired early in its history when a dynamo was still operating.

These clouds are generated during large impacts in an ambient magnetic field. This is supported by the location of the largest crustal magnetizations situated near the antipodes of the giant impact basins.

The Moon has an atmosphere so tenuous as to be nearly vacuum , with a total mass of less than 10 tonnes 9. Its sources include outgassing and sputtering , a product of the bombardment of lunar soil by solar wind ions.

A permanent asymmetric Moon dust cloud exists around the Moon, created by small particles from comets. Estimates are 5 tons of comet particles strike the Moon's surface every 24 hours.

The particles striking the Moon's surface eject Moon dust above the Moon. The dust stays above the Moon approximately 10 minutes, taking 5 minutes to rise, and 5 minutes to fall.

On average, kilograms of dust are present above the Moon, rising to kilometers above the surface. LDEX detected an average of one 0. Dust particle counts peaked during the Geminid , Quadrantid , Northern Taurid , and Omicron Centaurid meteor showers , when the Earth, and Moon, pass through comet debris.

The cloud is asymmetric, more dense near the boundary between the Moon's dayside and nightside. In October , NASA scientists at the Marshall Space Flight Center and the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston announced their finding, based on studies of Moon magma samples retrieved by the Apollo missions, that the Moon had once possessed a relatively thick atmosphere for a period of 70 million years between 3 and 4 billion years ago.

This atmosphere, sourced from gases ejected from lunar volcanic eruptions, was twice the thickness of that of present-day Mars.

The ancient lunar atmosphere was eventually stripped away by solar winds and dissipated into space. The Moon's axial tilt with respect to the ecliptic is only 1.

Because of this, the Moon's solar illumination varies much less with season, and topographical details play a crucial role in seasonal effects.

No such regions exist at the south pole. This is the coldest temperature in the Solar System ever measured by a spacecraft, colder even than the surface of Pluto.

Scale model of the Earth—Moon system: Sizes and distances are to scale. The Moon makes a complete orbit around Earth with respect to the fixed stars about once every However, because Earth is moving in its orbit around the Sun at the same time, it takes slightly longer for the Moon to show the same phase to Earth, which is about The Moon's orbit is subtly perturbed by the Sun and Earth in many small, complex and interacting ways.

For example, the plane of the Moon's orbit gradually rotates once every These follow-on effects are mathematically described by Cassini's laws. The surface area of the Moon is slightly less than the areas of North and South America combined.

The Moon is in synchronous rotation as it orbits Earth; it rotates about its axis in about the same time it takes to orbit Earth.

This results in it always keeping nearly the same face turned towards Earth. The side of the Moon that faces Earth is called the near side , and the opposite the far side.

The far side is often inaccurately called the "dark side", but it is in fact illuminated as often as the near side: once every During new moon , the near side is dark.

The Moon had once rotated at a faster rate, but early in its history its rotation slowed and became tidally locked in this orientation as a result of frictional effects associated with tidal deformations caused by Earth.

In , planetary scientists using data collected on the much earlier NASA Lunar Prospector mission, found two hydrogen-rich areas most likely former water ice on opposite sides of the Moon.

It is speculated that these patches were the poles of the Moon billions of years ago before it was tidally locked to Earth. The Moon has an exceptionally low albedo , giving it a reflectance that is slightly brighter than that of worn asphalt.

Despite this, it is the brightest object in the sky after the Sun. The edges of the full moon seem as bright as the center, without limb darkening , because of the reflective properties of lunar soil , which retroreflects light more towards the Sun than in other directions.

The Moon does appear larger when close to the horizon, but this is a purely psychological effect, known as the moon illusion , first described in the 7th century BC.

The Moon's highest altitude at culmination varies by its phase and time of year. The full moon is highest in the sky during winter for each hemisphere.

The orientation of the Moon's crescent also depends on the latitude of the viewing location; an observer in the tropics can see a smile-shaped crescent Moon.

Zooplankton in the Arctic use moonlight when the Sun is below the horizon for months on end. When the actual reduction is 1.

There has been historical controversy over whether features on the Moon's surface change over time. Today, many of these claims are thought to be illusory, resulting from observation under different lighting conditions, poor astronomical seeing , or inadequate drawings.

However, outgassing does occasionally occur and could be responsible for a minor percentage of the reported lunar transient phenomena.

The Moon's appearance, like the Sun's, can be affected by Earth's atmosphere. The gravitational attraction that masses have for one another decreases inversely with the square of the distance of those masses from each other.

As a result, the slightly greater attraction that the Moon has for the side of Earth closest to the Moon, as compared to the part of the Earth opposite the Moon, results in tidal forces.

Tidal forces affect both the Earth's crust and oceans. The most obvious effect of tidal forces is to cause two bulges in the Earth's oceans, one on the side facing the Moon and the other on the side opposite.

This results in elevated sea levels called ocean tides. As a result, there are two high tides, and two low tides in about 24 hours. While gravitation causes acceleration and movement of the Earth's fluid oceans, gravitational coupling between the Moon and Earth's solid body is mostly elastic and plastic.

The result is a further tidal effect of the Moon on the Earth that causes a bulge of the solid portion of the Earth nearest the Moon that acts as a torque in opposition to the Earth's rotation.

This "drains" angular momentum and rotational kinetic energy from Earth's rotation, slowing the Earth's rotation. Thus the distance between Earth and Moon is increasing , and the Earth's rotation is slowing in reaction.

Left to run its course, this tidal drag would continue until the rotation of Earth and the orbital period of the Moon matched, creating mutual tidal locking between the two.

As a result, the Moon would be suspended in the sky over one meridian, as is already currently the case with Pluto and its moon Charon.

However, the Sun will become a red giant engulfing the Earth-Moon system long before this occurrence. The existence of moonquakes was an unexpected discovery from seismometers placed on the Moon by Apollo astronauts from through Eclipses only occur when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are all in a straight line termed " syzygy ".

Solar eclipses occur at new moon , when the Moon is between the Sun and Earth. In contrast, lunar eclipses occur at full moon, when Earth is between the Sun and Moon.

The apparent size of the Moon is roughly the same as that of the Sun, with both being viewed at close to one-half a degree wide.

The Sun is much larger than the Moon but it is the vastly greater distance that gives it the same apparent size as the much closer and much smaller Moon from the perspective of Earth.

The variations in apparent size, due to the non-circular orbits, are nearly the same as well, though occurring in different cycles. This makes possible both total with the Moon appearing larger than the Sun and annular with the Moon appearing smaller than the Sun solar eclipses.

Because the distance between the Moon and Earth is very slowly increasing over time, [] the angular diameter of the Moon is decreasing. Also, as it evolves toward becoming a red giant , the size of the Sun, and its apparent diameter in the sky, are slowly increasing.

Likewise, hundreds of millions of years in the future, the Moon will no longer cover the Sun completely, and total solar eclipses will not occur.

Because the Moon's orbit around Earth is inclined by about 5. For an eclipse to occur, the Moon must be near the intersection of the two orbital planes.

Because the Moon continuously blocks the view of a half-degree-wide circular area of the sky, [m] [] the related phenomenon of occultation occurs when a bright star or planet passes behind the Moon and is occulted: hidden from view.

In this way, a solar eclipse is an occultation of the Sun. Because the Moon is comparatively close to Earth, occultations of individual stars are not visible everywhere on the planet, nor at the same time.

Because of the precession of the lunar orbit, each year different stars are occulted. One of the earliest-discovered possible depictions of the Moon is a year-old rock carving Orthostat 47 at Knowth , Ireland.

Understanding of the Moon's cycles was an early development of astronomy: by the 5th century BC , Babylonian astronomers had recorded the year Saros cycle of lunar eclipses , [] and Indian astronomers had described the Moon's monthly elongation.

The ancient Greek philosopher Anaxagoras d. During the Middle Ages , before the invention of the telescope, the Moon was increasingly recognised as a sphere, though many believed that it was "perfectly smooth".

In , Galileo Galilei drew one of the first telescopic drawings of the Moon in his book Sidereus Nuncius and noted that it was not smooth but had mountains and craters.

Thomas Harriot had made, but not published such drawings a few months earlier. Telescopic mapping of the Moon followed: later in the 17th century, the efforts of Giovanni Battista Riccioli and Francesco Maria Grimaldi led to the system of naming of lunar features in use today.

The more exact —36 Mappa Selenographica of Wilhelm Beer and Johann Heinrich Mädler , and their associated book Der Mond , the first trigonometrically accurate study of lunar features, included the heights of more than a thousand mountains, and introduced the study of the Moon at accuracies possible in earthly geography.

Between the first human arrival with the robotic Soviet Luna program in , to the s with the last Missions of the crewed U. Spacecraft from the Soviet Union's Luna program were the first to accomplish a number of goals: following three unnamed, failed missions in , [] the first human-made object to escape Earth's gravity and pass near the Moon was Luna 1 ; the first human-made object to impact the lunar surface was Luna 2 , and the first photographs of the normally occluded far side of the Moon were made by Luna 3 , all in The first spacecraft to perform a successful lunar soft landing was Luna 9 and the first uncrewed vehicle to orbit the Moon was Luna 10 , both in During the late s at the height of the Cold War, the United States Army conducted a classified feasibility study that proposed the construction of a staffed military outpost on the Moon called Project Horizon with the potential to conduct a wide range of missions from scientific research to nuclear Earth bombardment.

The study included the possibility of conducting a lunar-based nuclear test. Following President John F. Kennedy 's commitment to a human moon landing before the end of the decade, the United States, under NASA leadership, launched a series of uncrewed probes to develop an understanding of the lunar surface in preparation for human missions: the Jet Propulsion Laboratory 's Ranger program produced the first close-up pictures; the Lunar Orbiter program produced maps of the entire Moon; the Surveyor program landed its first spacecraft four months after Luna 9.

The crewed Apollo program was developed in parallel; after a series of uncrewed and crewed tests of the Apollo spacecraft in Earth orbit, and spurred on by a potential Soviet lunar human landing , in Apollo 8 made the first human mission to lunar orbit.

The subsequent landing of the first humans on the Moon in is seen by many as the culmination of the Space Race. Scientific instrument packages were installed on the lunar surface during all the Apollo landings.

Long-lived instrument stations , including heat flow probes, seismometers , and magnetometers , were installed at the Apollo 12 , 14 , 15 , 16 , and 17 landing sites.

Direct transmission of data to Earth concluded in late because of budgetary considerations, [] [] but as the stations' lunar laser ranging corner-cube retroreflector arrays are passive instruments, they are still being used.

Ranging to the stations is routinely performed from Earth-based stations with an accuracy of a few centimeters, and data from this experiment are being used to place constraints on the size of the lunar core.

After the Moon race the focus of astronautic exploration shifted in the s with probes like Pioneer 10 and the Voyager program towards the outer solar system.

Years of near lunar quietude followed, only broken by a beginning internationalization of space and the Moon through for example the negotiation of the Moon treaty.

Since the s, many more countries have become involved in direct exploration of the Moon. In , Japan became the third country to place a spacecraft into lunar orbit with its Hiten spacecraft.

The spacecraft released a smaller probe, Hagoromo , in lunar orbit, but the transmitter failed, preventing further scientific use of the mission.

This mission obtained the first near-global topographic map of the Moon, and the first global multispectral images of the lunar surface.

The European spacecraft SMART-1 , the second ion-propelled spacecraft, was in lunar orbit from 15 November until its lunar impact on 3 September , and made the first detailed survey of chemical elements on the lunar surface.

The ambitious Chinese Lunar Exploration Program began with Chang'e 1 , which successfully orbited the Moon from 5 November until its controlled lunar impact on 1 March Chang'e 2 , beginning in October , reached the Moon more quickly, mapped the Moon at a higher resolution over an eight-month period, then left lunar orbit for an extended stay at the Earth—Sun L2 Lagrangian point , before finally performing a flyby of asteroid Toutatis on 13 December , and then heading off into deep space.

This was the first lunar soft landing since Luna 24 in , and the first lunar rover mission since Lunokhod 2 in Another rover mission Chang'e 4 was launched in , becoming the first ever spacecraft to land on the Moon's far side.

China intends to following this up with a sample return mission Chang'e 5 in Between 4 October and 10 June , the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency 's Kaguya Selene mission, a lunar orbiter fitted with a high-definition video camera, and two small radio-transmitter satellites, obtained lunar geophysics data and took the first high-definition movies from beyond Earth orbit.

The lander Vikram attempted to land on the lunar south pole region on 6 September, but lost the signal in 2. What happened after that is unknown.

The U. NASA released photos of the crater on 25 December Upcoming lunar missions include Russia's Luna-Glob : an uncrewed lander with a set of seismometers, and an orbiter based on its failed Martian Fobos-Grunt mission.

NASA began to plan to resume human missions following the call by U. President George W. Bush on 14 January for a human mission to the Moon by and the construction of a lunar base by On 28 February , SpaceX , Vodafone , Nokia and Audi announced a collaboration to install a 4G wireless communication network on the Moon, with the aim of streaming live footage on the surface to Earth.

Recent reports also indicate NASA's intent to send a woman astronaut to the Moon in their planned mids mission. The decision is regarded as a precedent helping to define regulatory standards for deep-space commercial activity in the future, as thus far companies' operation had been restricted to being on or around Earth.

On 29 November NASA announced that nine commercial companies would compete to win a contract to send small payloads to the Moon in what is known as Commercial Lunar Payload Services.

Beside the traces of human activity on the Moon, there have been some intended permanent installations like the Moon Museum art piece, Apollo 11 goodwill messages , Lunar plaque , Fallen Astronaut memorial and other artifacts.

Longterm missions continuing to be active are some orbiters such as the launched Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter surveiling the Moon for future missions, as well as some Landers such as the launched Chang'e 3 with its Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope still operational.

There are several missions by different agencies and companies planned to establish a longterm human presence on the Moon, with the Lunar Gateway as the currently most advanced project as part of the Artemis program.

For many years, the Moon has been recognized as an excellent site for telescopes. Although several individuals have made claims to the Moon in whole or in part, none of these are considered credible.

In , U. The order emphasizes that "the United States does not view outer space as a 'global commons ' " and calls the Moon Agreement "a failed attempt at constraining free enterprise.

The contrast between the brighter highlands and the darker maria creates the patterns seen by different cultures as the Man in the Moon , the rabbit and the buffalo, among others.

In many prehistoric and ancient cultures, the Moon was personified as a deity or other supernatural phenomenon, and astrological views of the Moon continue to be propagated today.

It came to represent the goddess Artemis or Hecate , and via the patronage of Hecate came to be used as a symbol of Byzantium.

An iconographic tradition of representing Sun and Moon with faces developed in the late medieval period.

The Moon's regular phases make it a very convenient timepiece, and the periods of its waxing and waning form the basis of many of the oldest calendars.

Tally sticks , notched bones dating as far back as 20—30, years ago, are believed by some to mark the phases of the Moon. The 7th-century Islamic calendar is an exceptional example of a purely lunar calendar.

Months are traditionally determined by the visual sighting of the hilal, or earliest crescent moon, over the horizon. The Moon has long been particularly associated with insanity and irrationality; the words lunacy and lunatic popular shortening loony are derived from the Latin name for the Moon, Luna.

Philosophers Aristotle and Pliny the Elder argued that the full moon induced insanity in susceptible individuals, believing that the brain, which is mostly water, must be affected by the Moon and its power over the tides, but the Moon's gravity is too slight to affect any single person.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite.

For other uses, see Moon disambiguation. Earth's natural satellite. Alternative names. Luna Selene poetic Cynthia poetic. Lunar Selenian poetic Cynthian poetic.

Semi-major axis. Orbital period. Synodic period. Average orbital speed. Regressing by one revolution in Progressing by one revolution in 8.

Equatorial radius. Polar radius. Surface area. Mean density. Surface gravity. Moment of inertia factor. Escape velocity. Sidereal rotation period. Axial tilt.

Apparent magnitude. Angular diameter. Surface pressure. See also: List of lunar deities. The Moon. Near side of the Moon. Far side of the Moon. Lunar north pole.

Lunar south pole. Main articles: Origin of the Moon , Giant-impact hypothesis , and Circumplanetary disk. Play media. Oceanus Procellarum "Ocean of Storms".

Ancient rift valleys — context. Ancient rift valleys — closeup artist's concept. Main article: Internal structure of the Moon. Main article: Lunar mare.

Further information: List of craters on the Moon. Main article: Lunar swirls. Main article: Lunar water. Main article: Gravity of the Moon.

Main article: Magnetic field of the Moon. Main article: Atmosphere of the Moon. See also: Satellite system astronomy and Other moons of Earth.

Main articles: Orbit of the Moon and Lunar theory. See also: Lunar observation , Lunar phase , Moonlight , and Earthlight astronomy.

Main articles: Tidal force , Tidal acceleration , Tide , and Theory of tides. Main articles: Solar eclipse , Lunar eclipse , and Eclipse cycle.

Main articles: Exploration of the Moon , List of spacecraft that orbited the Moon , List of missions to the Moon , and List of lunar probes.

See also: Timeline of Solar System exploration. Main article: Exploration of the Moon: Before spaceflight.

See also: Space Race and Moon landing. Main articles: Luna program and Lunokhod programme. Main articles: Apollo program and Moon landing.

Earthrise Apollo 8 , , taken by William Anders. Moon rock Apollo 17 , Copernicus 's central peaks as observed by the LRO , The Ina formation, See also: List of proposed missions to the Moon.

See also: Colonization of the Moon. Main article: Space law. See also: Moon in fiction and Tourism on the Moon. Further information: Lunar calendar , Lunisolar calendar , Metonic cycle , Blue moon , and Movable feast.

Main article: Lunar effect. For more information, see Other moons of Earth. The moon Charon is larger relative to its primary Pluto , but Pluto is now considered to be a dwarf planet.

Larger planets tend to have more satellites, both large and small, than smaller planets. At present, the diameter of the Sun is increasing at a rate of about five percent per billion years.

This is very similar to the rate at which the apparent angular diameter of the Moon is decreasing as it recedes from Earth.

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The Moon has an external magnetic field of generally less than 0. The Moon does not currently have a global dipolar magnetic field and only has crustal magnetization likely acquired early in its history when a dynamo was still operating.

These clouds are generated during large impacts in an ambient magnetic field. This is supported by the location of the largest crustal magnetizations situated near the antipodes of the giant impact basins.

The Moon has an atmosphere so tenuous as to be nearly vacuum , with a total mass of less than 10 tonnes 9.

Its sources include outgassing and sputtering , a product of the bombardment of lunar soil by solar wind ions.

A permanent asymmetric Moon dust cloud exists around the Moon, created by small particles from comets. Estimates are 5 tons of comet particles strike the Moon's surface every 24 hours.

The particles striking the Moon's surface eject Moon dust above the Moon. The dust stays above the Moon approximately 10 minutes, taking 5 minutes to rise, and 5 minutes to fall.

On average, kilograms of dust are present above the Moon, rising to kilometers above the surface. LDEX detected an average of one 0.

Dust particle counts peaked during the Geminid , Quadrantid , Northern Taurid , and Omicron Centaurid meteor showers , when the Earth, and Moon, pass through comet debris.

The cloud is asymmetric, more dense near the boundary between the Moon's dayside and nightside. In October , NASA scientists at the Marshall Space Flight Center and the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston announced their finding, based on studies of Moon magma samples retrieved by the Apollo missions, that the Moon had once possessed a relatively thick atmosphere for a period of 70 million years between 3 and 4 billion years ago.

This atmosphere, sourced from gases ejected from lunar volcanic eruptions, was twice the thickness of that of present-day Mars.

The ancient lunar atmosphere was eventually stripped away by solar winds and dissipated into space. The Moon's axial tilt with respect to the ecliptic is only 1.

Because of this, the Moon's solar illumination varies much less with season, and topographical details play a crucial role in seasonal effects.

No such regions exist at the south pole. This is the coldest temperature in the Solar System ever measured by a spacecraft, colder even than the surface of Pluto.

Scale model of the Earth—Moon system: Sizes and distances are to scale. The Moon makes a complete orbit around Earth with respect to the fixed stars about once every However, because Earth is moving in its orbit around the Sun at the same time, it takes slightly longer for the Moon to show the same phase to Earth, which is about The Moon's orbit is subtly perturbed by the Sun and Earth in many small, complex and interacting ways.

For example, the plane of the Moon's orbit gradually rotates once every These follow-on effects are mathematically described by Cassini's laws.

The surface area of the Moon is slightly less than the areas of North and South America combined. The Moon is in synchronous rotation as it orbits Earth; it rotates about its axis in about the same time it takes to orbit Earth.

This results in it always keeping nearly the same face turned towards Earth. The side of the Moon that faces Earth is called the near side , and the opposite the far side.

The far side is often inaccurately called the "dark side", but it is in fact illuminated as often as the near side: once every During new moon , the near side is dark.

The Moon had once rotated at a faster rate, but early in its history its rotation slowed and became tidally locked in this orientation as a result of frictional effects associated with tidal deformations caused by Earth.

In , planetary scientists using data collected on the much earlier NASA Lunar Prospector mission, found two hydrogen-rich areas most likely former water ice on opposite sides of the Moon.

It is speculated that these patches were the poles of the Moon billions of years ago before it was tidally locked to Earth.

The Moon has an exceptionally low albedo , giving it a reflectance that is slightly brighter than that of worn asphalt.

Despite this, it is the brightest object in the sky after the Sun. The edges of the full moon seem as bright as the center, without limb darkening , because of the reflective properties of lunar soil , which retroreflects light more towards the Sun than in other directions.

The Moon does appear larger when close to the horizon, but this is a purely psychological effect, known as the moon illusion , first described in the 7th century BC.

The Moon's highest altitude at culmination varies by its phase and time of year. The full moon is highest in the sky during winter for each hemisphere.

The orientation of the Moon's crescent also depends on the latitude of the viewing location; an observer in the tropics can see a smile-shaped crescent Moon.

Zooplankton in the Arctic use moonlight when the Sun is below the horizon for months on end. When the actual reduction is 1. There has been historical controversy over whether features on the Moon's surface change over time.

Today, many of these claims are thought to be illusory, resulting from observation under different lighting conditions, poor astronomical seeing , or inadequate drawings.

However, outgassing does occasionally occur and could be responsible for a minor percentage of the reported lunar transient phenomena.

The Moon's appearance, like the Sun's, can be affected by Earth's atmosphere. The gravitational attraction that masses have for one another decreases inversely with the square of the distance of those masses from each other.

As a result, the slightly greater attraction that the Moon has for the side of Earth closest to the Moon, as compared to the part of the Earth opposite the Moon, results in tidal forces.

Tidal forces affect both the Earth's crust and oceans. The most obvious effect of tidal forces is to cause two bulges in the Earth's oceans, one on the side facing the Moon and the other on the side opposite.

This results in elevated sea levels called ocean tides. As a result, there are two high tides, and two low tides in about 24 hours.

While gravitation causes acceleration and movement of the Earth's fluid oceans, gravitational coupling between the Moon and Earth's solid body is mostly elastic and plastic.

The result is a further tidal effect of the Moon on the Earth that causes a bulge of the solid portion of the Earth nearest the Moon that acts as a torque in opposition to the Earth's rotation.

This "drains" angular momentum and rotational kinetic energy from Earth's rotation, slowing the Earth's rotation. Thus the distance between Earth and Moon is increasing , and the Earth's rotation is slowing in reaction.

Left to run its course, this tidal drag would continue until the rotation of Earth and the orbital period of the Moon matched, creating mutual tidal locking between the two.

As a result, the Moon would be suspended in the sky over one meridian, as is already currently the case with Pluto and its moon Charon. However, the Sun will become a red giant engulfing the Earth-Moon system long before this occurrence.

The existence of moonquakes was an unexpected discovery from seismometers placed on the Moon by Apollo astronauts from through Eclipses only occur when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are all in a straight line termed " syzygy ".

Solar eclipses occur at new moon , when the Moon is between the Sun and Earth. In contrast, lunar eclipses occur at full moon, when Earth is between the Sun and Moon.

The apparent size of the Moon is roughly the same as that of the Sun, with both being viewed at close to one-half a degree wide.

The Sun is much larger than the Moon but it is the vastly greater distance that gives it the same apparent size as the much closer and much smaller Moon from the perspective of Earth.

The variations in apparent size, due to the non-circular orbits, are nearly the same as well, though occurring in different cycles. This makes possible both total with the Moon appearing larger than the Sun and annular with the Moon appearing smaller than the Sun solar eclipses.

Because the distance between the Moon and Earth is very slowly increasing over time, [] the angular diameter of the Moon is decreasing. Also, as it evolves toward becoming a red giant , the size of the Sun, and its apparent diameter in the sky, are slowly increasing.

Likewise, hundreds of millions of years in the future, the Moon will no longer cover the Sun completely, and total solar eclipses will not occur.

Because the Moon's orbit around Earth is inclined by about 5. For an eclipse to occur, the Moon must be near the intersection of the two orbital planes.

Because the Moon continuously blocks the view of a half-degree-wide circular area of the sky, [m] [] the related phenomenon of occultation occurs when a bright star or planet passes behind the Moon and is occulted: hidden from view.

In this way, a solar eclipse is an occultation of the Sun. Because the Moon is comparatively close to Earth, occultations of individual stars are not visible everywhere on the planet, nor at the same time.

Because of the precession of the lunar orbit, each year different stars are occulted. One of the earliest-discovered possible depictions of the Moon is a year-old rock carving Orthostat 47 at Knowth , Ireland.

Understanding of the Moon's cycles was an early development of astronomy: by the 5th century BC , Babylonian astronomers had recorded the year Saros cycle of lunar eclipses , [] and Indian astronomers had described the Moon's monthly elongation.

The ancient Greek philosopher Anaxagoras d. During the Middle Ages , before the invention of the telescope, the Moon was increasingly recognised as a sphere, though many believed that it was "perfectly smooth".

In , Galileo Galilei drew one of the first telescopic drawings of the Moon in his book Sidereus Nuncius and noted that it was not smooth but had mountains and craters.

Thomas Harriot had made, but not published such drawings a few months earlier. Telescopic mapping of the Moon followed: later in the 17th century, the efforts of Giovanni Battista Riccioli and Francesco Maria Grimaldi led to the system of naming of lunar features in use today.

The more exact —36 Mappa Selenographica of Wilhelm Beer and Johann Heinrich Mädler , and their associated book Der Mond , the first trigonometrically accurate study of lunar features, included the heights of more than a thousand mountains, and introduced the study of the Moon at accuracies possible in earthly geography.

Between the first human arrival with the robotic Soviet Luna program in , to the s with the last Missions of the crewed U.

Spacecraft from the Soviet Union's Luna program were the first to accomplish a number of goals: following three unnamed, failed missions in , [] the first human-made object to escape Earth's gravity and pass near the Moon was Luna 1 ; the first human-made object to impact the lunar surface was Luna 2 , and the first photographs of the normally occluded far side of the Moon were made by Luna 3 , all in The first spacecraft to perform a successful lunar soft landing was Luna 9 and the first uncrewed vehicle to orbit the Moon was Luna 10 , both in During the late s at the height of the Cold War, the United States Army conducted a classified feasibility study that proposed the construction of a staffed military outpost on the Moon called Project Horizon with the potential to conduct a wide range of missions from scientific research to nuclear Earth bombardment.

The study included the possibility of conducting a lunar-based nuclear test. Following President John F. Kennedy 's commitment to a human moon landing before the end of the decade, the United States, under NASA leadership, launched a series of uncrewed probes to develop an understanding of the lunar surface in preparation for human missions: the Jet Propulsion Laboratory 's Ranger program produced the first close-up pictures; the Lunar Orbiter program produced maps of the entire Moon; the Surveyor program landed its first spacecraft four months after Luna 9.

The crewed Apollo program was developed in parallel; after a series of uncrewed and crewed tests of the Apollo spacecraft in Earth orbit, and spurred on by a potential Soviet lunar human landing , in Apollo 8 made the first human mission to lunar orbit.

The subsequent landing of the first humans on the Moon in is seen by many as the culmination of the Space Race.

Scientific instrument packages were installed on the lunar surface during all the Apollo landings.

Long-lived instrument stations , including heat flow probes, seismometers , and magnetometers , were installed at the Apollo 12 , 14 , 15 , 16 , and 17 landing sites.

Direct transmission of data to Earth concluded in late because of budgetary considerations, [] [] but as the stations' lunar laser ranging corner-cube retroreflector arrays are passive instruments, they are still being used.

Ranging to the stations is routinely performed from Earth-based stations with an accuracy of a few centimeters, and data from this experiment are being used to place constraints on the size of the lunar core.

After the Moon race the focus of astronautic exploration shifted in the s with probes like Pioneer 10 and the Voyager program towards the outer solar system.

Years of near lunar quietude followed, only broken by a beginning internationalization of space and the Moon through for example the negotiation of the Moon treaty.

Since the s, many more countries have become involved in direct exploration of the Moon. In , Japan became the third country to place a spacecraft into lunar orbit with its Hiten spacecraft.

The spacecraft released a smaller probe, Hagoromo , in lunar orbit, but the transmitter failed, preventing further scientific use of the mission.

This mission obtained the first near-global topographic map of the Moon, and the first global multispectral images of the lunar surface.

The European spacecraft SMART-1 , the second ion-propelled spacecraft, was in lunar orbit from 15 November until its lunar impact on 3 September , and made the first detailed survey of chemical elements on the lunar surface.

The ambitious Chinese Lunar Exploration Program began with Chang'e 1 , which successfully orbited the Moon from 5 November until its controlled lunar impact on 1 March Chang'e 2 , beginning in October , reached the Moon more quickly, mapped the Moon at a higher resolution over an eight-month period, then left lunar orbit for an extended stay at the Earth—Sun L2 Lagrangian point , before finally performing a flyby of asteroid Toutatis on 13 December , and then heading off into deep space.

This was the first lunar soft landing since Luna 24 in , and the first lunar rover mission since Lunokhod 2 in Another rover mission Chang'e 4 was launched in , becoming the first ever spacecraft to land on the Moon's far side.

China intends to following this up with a sample return mission Chang'e 5 in Between 4 October and 10 June , the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency 's Kaguya Selene mission, a lunar orbiter fitted with a high-definition video camera, and two small radio-transmitter satellites, obtained lunar geophysics data and took the first high-definition movies from beyond Earth orbit.

The lander Vikram attempted to land on the lunar south pole region on 6 September, but lost the signal in 2. What happened after that is unknown.

The U. NASA released photos of the crater on 25 December Upcoming lunar missions include Russia's Luna-Glob : an uncrewed lander with a set of seismometers, and an orbiter based on its failed Martian Fobos-Grunt mission.

NASA began to plan to resume human missions following the call by U. President George W. Bush on 14 January for a human mission to the Moon by and the construction of a lunar base by On 28 February , SpaceX , Vodafone , Nokia and Audi announced a collaboration to install a 4G wireless communication network on the Moon, with the aim of streaming live footage on the surface to Earth.

Recent reports also indicate NASA's intent to send a woman astronaut to the Moon in their planned mids mission. The decision is regarded as a precedent helping to define regulatory standards for deep-space commercial activity in the future, as thus far companies' operation had been restricted to being on or around Earth.

On 29 November NASA announced that nine commercial companies would compete to win a contract to send small payloads to the Moon in what is known as Commercial Lunar Payload Services.

Beside the traces of human activity on the Moon, there have been some intended permanent installations like the Moon Museum art piece, Apollo 11 goodwill messages , Lunar plaque , Fallen Astronaut memorial and other artifacts.

Longterm missions continuing to be active are some orbiters such as the launched Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter surveiling the Moon for future missions, as well as some Landers such as the launched Chang'e 3 with its Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope still operational.

There are several missions by different agencies and companies planned to establish a longterm human presence on the Moon, with the Lunar Gateway as the currently most advanced project as part of the Artemis program.

For many years, the Moon has been recognized as an excellent site for telescopes. Although several individuals have made claims to the Moon in whole or in part, none of these are considered credible.

In , U. The order emphasizes that "the United States does not view outer space as a 'global commons ' " and calls the Moon Agreement "a failed attempt at constraining free enterprise.

The contrast between the brighter highlands and the darker maria creates the patterns seen by different cultures as the Man in the Moon , the rabbit and the buffalo, among others.

In many prehistoric and ancient cultures, the Moon was personified as a deity or other supernatural phenomenon, and astrological views of the Moon continue to be propagated today.

It came to represent the goddess Artemis or Hecate , and via the patronage of Hecate came to be used as a symbol of Byzantium. An iconographic tradition of representing Sun and Moon with faces developed in the late medieval period.

The Moon's regular phases make it a very convenient timepiece, and the periods of its waxing and waning form the basis of many of the oldest calendars.

Tally sticks , notched bones dating as far back as 20—30, years ago, are believed by some to mark the phases of the Moon. The 7th-century Islamic calendar is an exceptional example of a purely lunar calendar.

Months are traditionally determined by the visual sighting of the hilal, or earliest crescent moon, over the horizon. The Moon has long been particularly associated with insanity and irrationality; the words lunacy and lunatic popular shortening loony are derived from the Latin name for the Moon, Luna.

Philosophers Aristotle and Pliny the Elder argued that the full moon induced insanity in susceptible individuals, believing that the brain, which is mostly water, must be affected by the Moon and its power over the tides, but the Moon's gravity is too slight to affect any single person.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite.

For other uses, see Moon disambiguation. Earth's natural satellite. Alternative names. Luna Selene poetic Cynthia poetic.

Lunar Selenian poetic Cynthian poetic. Semi-major axis. Orbital period. Synodic period. Average orbital speed. Regressing by one revolution in Progressing by one revolution in 8.

Equatorial radius. Polar radius. Surface area. Mean density. Surface gravity. Moment of inertia factor. Escape velocity. Sidereal rotation period.

Axial tilt. Apparent magnitude. Angular diameter. Surface pressure. See also: List of lunar deities. The Moon. Near side of the Moon.

Far side of the Moon. Lunar north pole. Lunar south pole. Main articles: Origin of the Moon , Giant-impact hypothesis , and Circumplanetary disk.

Play media. Oceanus Procellarum "Ocean of Storms". Ancient rift valleys — context. Ancient rift valleys — closeup artist's concept.

Main article: Internal structure of the Moon. Main article: Lunar mare. Further information: List of craters on the Moon.

Main article: Lunar swirls. Main article: Lunar water. Main article: Gravity of the Moon. Main article: Magnetic field of the Moon.

Main article: Atmosphere of the Moon. See also: Satellite system astronomy and Other moons of Earth. Main articles: Orbit of the Moon and Lunar theory.

See also: Lunar observation , Lunar phase , Moonlight , and Earthlight astronomy. Main articles: Tidal force , Tidal acceleration , Tide , and Theory of tides.

Main articles: Solar eclipse , Lunar eclipse , and Eclipse cycle. Main articles: Exploration of the Moon , List of spacecraft that orbited the Moon , List of missions to the Moon , and List of lunar probes.

See also: Timeline of Solar System exploration. Main article: Exploration of the Moon: Before spaceflight. See also: Space Race and Moon landing.

Main articles: Luna program and Lunokhod programme. Main articles: Apollo program and Moon landing. Earthrise Apollo 8 , , taken by William Anders.

Moon rock Apollo 17 , Copernicus 's central peaks as observed by the LRO , The Ina formation, See also: List of proposed missions to the Moon.

See also: Colonization of the Moon. Main article: Space law. See also: Moon in fiction and Tourism on the Moon.

Further information: Lunar calendar , Lunisolar calendar , Metonic cycle , Blue moon , and Movable feast.

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Larger planets tend to have more satellites, both large and small, than smaller planets. At present, the diameter of the Sun is increasing at a rate of about five percent per billion years.

This is very similar to the rate at which the apparent angular diameter of the Moon is decreasing as it recedes from Earth.

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