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2001-Nov-27, 12:16 PM
1 I don't really like to do this
2 however I do have an astro(numerical) Q?
3 about this. and my 1post Questions are
A. about how fast does the Moon receed
b: at an increasing or decreasing rate.
c: at the B.A. rate's above
F? how far would the moon reSEED if 4.5e9 years
E: if the moon were only in trajectory for 1.2e8 years
d: do TIDE increase or Decrease [Moon TIDE?]
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ToSeek
2001-Nov-27, 03:15 PM
On 2001-11-27 07:16, HUb' wrote:
1 I don't really like to do this
2 however I do have an astro(numerical) Q?
3 about this. and my 1post Questions are
A. about how fast does the Moon receed
b: at an increasing or decreasing rate.
c: at the B.A. rate's above
F? how far would the moon reSEED if 4.5e9 years
E: if the moon were only in trajectory for 1.2e8 years
d: do TIDE increase or Decrease [Moon TIDE?]


The moon is currently receding at 3.82cm/year. 650 million years ago it was receding at 1.95 cm/year. Between 650 million and 2.5 billion years ago it was receding at a mean rate of 1.27 cm/year. It is receding anomalously rapidly now due to the particular formation of the continents.

Tides will decrease as the moon gets farther away.

I hope this answers your questions. If not, you can check the source of my info at:

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/moonrec.html

2004-Jul-29, 03:17 PM
On 2001-11-27 07:16, HUb' wrote:
1 I don't really like to do this
2 however I do have an astro(numerical) Q?
3 about this. and my 1post Questions are
A. about how fast does the Moon receed
b: at an increasing or decreasing rate.
c: at the B.A. rate's above
F? how far would the moon reSEED if 4.5e9 years
E: if the moon were only in trajectory for 1.2e8 years
d: do TIDE increase or Decrease [Moon TIDE?]


The moon is currently receding at 3.82cm/year. 650 million years ago it was receding at 1.95 cm/year. Between 650 million and 2.5 billion years ago it was receding at a mean rate of 1.27 cm/year. It is receding anomalously rapidly now due to the particular formation of the continents.

Tides will decrease as the moon gets farther away.

I hope this answers your questions. If not, you can check the source of my info at:

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/moonrec.html


checking? 8:16 am pst sorry goto
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=135975#135975
instead