The moon comes near the sun and they from a solar ecliopses
The Moon is the closest to Earth
The moon will melt
The near side of the moon faces the Earth.
Yes. The Moon's rotation on its axis is in sync with it's orbit around Earth. Therefore, the near side of the Moon is always facing Earth.
No, there are no moon near Venus. No moons orbit Venus. The nearest moon to Venus is Earth's moon. :)
For a "spring tide" to occur, the Sun and Moon are lined up with the Earth; either near the new moon or near the full moon. This is because the Sun and the Moon each cause their own tidal forces on the Earth's oceans, and when the forces are lined up, they add together.A "neap tide" occurs when the tidal forces of the Sun and the Moon work at right angles to each other, lessening the total effect of the tides. This happens when the Sun, Moon and Earth form a triangle pattern. This happens at the first or third quarter phases of the Moon.
from the earth you see the moon's phases. From the moon, you see the earth's phases that are same as the moon's phases
The acceleration of gravity on or near the moon's surface is 16.549% of the corresponding figure on or near the Earth's surface.