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How is there shadows on the moon if theres no gravity there?

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  • for the first thing.. There is Gravity on the moon... and second... yes there is shadows there as it is when the sun is blocked..
    retired old sarge · 1 0
  • Total nonsense
    Zhu · 3 4
  • Eclipse ring a bell? The whole moon is a shadow.
    Arthur Eyetis · 9 0
  • Light travels in Straight lines
    It does not vere from its path until an outside force acts on it
    There is Gravity on the Moon, albeit 1/6th that of Earth
    The Bigger the Gravity, The more that light can be bent is the theory
    There was an experniment by the Hubble Telescope
    They did a lengthy exposure on a completely dark part of the sky
    It showed distant Galaxies and Gravitational Lensing
    Ronald 7 · 8 1
  • 1. Shadows: Proof - The so called 'Man in the moon' is a series of shadows in the craters on the moon.
    2. Gravity: Proof - The shadows on the moon best seen on a full moon night is a series of craters formed when rocks (asteroids) were attracted by lunar gravity that caused it to collide with its surface.
    JosephV · 12 1
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