Scientists suggest the most likely theory is the collision theory. It states the Earth was hit by a planetesimal (a planetoid) and then Earth threw out a cloud of dust and gas. Gravity then formed the ring into a ball. The sister theory says the Earth and moon formed separately but close together in the Solar System. The fission theory states the rapidly spinning proto-Earth split off a chunk of magma and the blob of rock became the moon. The capture theory says the moon was a planetesimal (or planetoid) that the Earth captured.
Most scientists believe the Moon formed as a satellite.
scientists hypothesize that the moon was formed when a huge object struck earth.
Why do scientists believe there might be water on the Moon?
scientists believe the earth was formed during this era precambrian
Scientist theorize that a planet-sized object collided with earth and the moon formed
Moon craters are formed by meteoroids hitting the moon's surface.
Scientists n there theories are uncertain still of how the moon formed about'
They believe that they formed from Reptiles
Scientists believe that the moon was created by material from the Earth after a large collision.
Europa - a moon of Jupiter.
Most scientists believe that the earth was formed approximately 4.55 billion years ago
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It is believed that the moon was created by a collision between proto-Earth and a Mars-sized planet. The moon was formed from accreted Earth collision material.
They believe the planets formed from a disc of gas and dust called a "protoplanetary disc".
The moon, believe it or not, once was full of lava. That is why there are so many holes in the moon.
they believe our solar system was formed by the big bang
Scientists believe that the Moon has formed by a huge meteorite that hit Earth a very long time ago, sending parts of Earth's crust into its atmosphere. These parts started orbiting Earth for quite some time, then got together and formed into the Moon that we know of today.
they think it was once part of the earth and then somehow was hit and broke away from us, but staying in our gravitational pull...
Scientists think the moon came from a collision between a large object and the Earth. Others believe that the moon was pulled into orbit by the gravity of the Earth.
Scientists believe that lightning is formed when air and ice particles rub against one another in a cloud.