How Long a Moon Day Is


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One Moon “day” is 29 1/2 Earth days.  This rotation coincides perfectly with its rotation around the Earth so that we always only see one side of the Moon.  Coincidence?  I think not!  Wake up Sheeple!

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  • LOL! Nice touch – “wake up Sheeple!”

  • evilroy

    No it’s NOT just a coincidence–it’s called Tidal Locking and it’s the rule rather than the exception throughout the cosmos. If you’re going to wake the sheeple, do so with truth–not superstitious mumbo-jumbo.