No because if the earth did not rotate there would either be only day or only night .
If the moon didn't rotate around the Earth, it would be to dark to see at night and eclipses would not exist!
First, the earth does not rotate around the sun, it orbits. The earth rotates around its own north-south axis. For these reasons, if the earth did not orbit the sun, it would still rotate on its own axis, and there would still be night and day.
Seasons would stop. There would be no change in day or night.
I don't think so
If it did not rotate relative to the background stars, there would be a day and night, but the day/night cycle would be 1 year in length. If one face of the earth was always facing the sun, one side of the planet would always be day, while the other would always be night - the earth would have to spin on its axis once in a year for this to happen.
Any place on earth would have the same time to rotate.what seems to be different is the duration of day and night
Yes, but each would last half a year.
if there were no moon, there would be no light in the sky at night (earth would be a lot darker at night, earth's days would be longer (earth will rotate slower), and there will be no tides (the moon pulls the tides)
The focault pendulum and the winds on Earth. ( if the earth didnt rotate, the winds would blow straight from high to low pressure).
BOTH!, because it revolves around the sun (goes are around the sun) and rotates (turns around) to define if it is day or night if the earth didn't rotate we would be stuck with either day or night all the time and if it didn't revolve we would be stuck with the same season.
The Earth would be very hot on the sunny side and very cold on the night side. nothig
if we didnt have night and day that would mean the earth wasnt rotating and sunlight would only be focused on one point so have of the earth would be unhabitable from the cold while the other from the heat...hope this helps
If Earth did not rotate the air that the equator would not move. The hot air at the equator would be stuck there.
it would still appear to rotate
If the earth wouldn't have rotated on its own axis, it would have taken a full year for the same side of the earth to "see" the sun.
The earth would not rotate.
There would be no life on Earth
If the Earth didn’t rotate, it would lose its magnetic field, which means it would lose its atmosphere and radiation would rain down from space.
One side of the earth would always be turned toward the sun and have daylight, and likely be to hot for people to live there; the other side would be dark and very cold.
In that case, it would show the Sun the same face all the time. In parts of the Earth it would be day all the time, in other parts it would be night all the time.
If the amount of time it takes the Earth to rotate once on its axis increases, it would take longer for the day/night cycle to complete. Therefore, days would be longer. This might also affect our magnetic field, and would definitely affect all life on the planet.
it would be nothin