Tidal Currents are caused by the gravity of the Moon.
The gravity of moon is responsible for the tides which are caused in the oceans.
Moves by the gravity of the moon.
No of couse not u stupid
Ocean currents are caused by wind, solar heating, gravity, and the rotation of the earth.
High Tide & Low Tide Is Caused By The Pull Of The Moons Gravity.
Gravity and the pull of the moon are the same thing. The pull of the moon is caused by the moons' gravity.
Tides are caused by the moons gravity pulling the oceans.
They are called high tides and low tides!
Well for those of u who must know, waves are ocean currents created by wind. Tides are ocean currents created from the push and the pull of the sun and the moons gravity.
Everything has gravity, the bigger it is the more it has. Moons DO have gravity, but it might be less than Earth's.
Air currents are caused by the sun's uneven heating of the earth, Water Currents (mostly known as Ocean Currents) are generated by wind, density differs in water masses causes by temperature and salinity variations,gravity, and also events such as earthquakes
Yes, though the sun's gravity also plays a large part.
Yes, the moons gravity effects when the tide comes in and goes out.
Because of Tidal friction caused by the massive gravity of Jupiter and because of the three moons Io, Ganymede and Callisto
The gravity of the Moon and the Sun.
No. Currents in the air and oceans are caused by the heat from the sun.
All currents are caused by differences in pressure.
The Moons gravity is roughly 1/6 of the Earths gravity.
They are similar because if you think about it carefully, the ocean currents are caused by the air currents and the air currents are caused by the ocean currents, so, it is all a scientific cycle.
The moon's gravity is essentially identical to 100% of the moon's gravity, and results in gravitational forces on its surface that average about 16% of the corresponding forces on the Earth's surface.
Curving of winds and currents caused by Earth's rotation is called surface currents.
Gravity keeps them in orbit around Jupiter.
There is gravity. There is gravity on all planets, moons, and stars.
Everything that has mass have gravity, so all the moons will have gravity. How much gravity the'll have will be dependent on the mass of the moon. A small moon with small mass will have less gravity than a big moon with big mass.
currents caused by temperature differences in the water
surface ocean currents
Surface Ocean Currents
A meteoroid can't have moons because it is too small and doesn't have enough gravity to attract moons.
Moons orbit Jupiter because of the combined influence of gravity. and the forward motion of the moons. If there were gravity along, the moons would fall into Jupiter. If there were only forward motion, the moos would fly off into space.
Current scientific theory is that gravity is the leading cause of crustal plate movement. Convection currents may actually be more of a result of plate movement which is largely caused by gravity, as very dense and old oceanic crust is subducted into the mantle at areas of plate collision.
In our solar system, at least, the planet with the greatest mass does happen to be the one with the most known moons. But I think the cause and effect work the other way. It's not the moons that give the planet strong gravity. It's the strong gravity of the planet that captures a bunch of moons.
yes they are created by gravity..child..son
because their gravity is so strong that the moons are pulled in.
wind and the moons gravitational pull
Gravity causes the convection currents. Without gravity, convection would have been completely backwards. Gravity pushes the cold air down and stops the warm air going up.
Large moons are rounded by their own gravity, which tends to pull down any large projections. Low-mass moons have weaker gravity and so are unable to do this.
The moon's gravity is about 1/6th of Earth's.
Currents are large masses of water in the sea which move steadily in definite directions.Surface currents are caused by periling winds and dragging the surface water along.Deep water currents are caused by differences of temperature or salinity.
Tidal currents are caused due to this movement. Tidal Currents
The planets are satellites of the sun. The moons are satellites of the planets. The moons revolve around the planets captured by their gravity, while the planets revolve around the sun captured by its gravity and the sun.
They are pulled from the gravity/force of the moon therefore creating waves and currents.
Gravity at the surface of the moon is roughly equal to 1/6th of that of earth's gravity.
Yes, they are partly caused by gravity.
The moons gravity holds them down!! The moons gravity maybe lower than the Earth's gravity but on the moon it is strong enough to win the tug of war with Earth's gravitational pull.
the gravitational pull of the gravity of the planet so in other words bigger planets more gravity, smaller planet less gravity. usually bigger planets have more moons
Asteroids orbit the sun. Moons orbit planets and planets orbit the sun. So you could say the moons orbit the sun. However, moons are kept in their orbits by the gravity of their planet and planets are kept in orbit by the gravity of the sun. So in that sense, moons do not orbit the sun.
currents are effected by a lot of things one of them is the moon. The moons gravitational pulls the waves towards it causing waves to move
There is gravity on the moon. The moons gravity is about one sixth what it is on Earth. The weaker gravity is due to the moon's lower mass.
No it doesn't, earth's gravity is only making the moon orbiting the earth not give the moon gravity.