As you may have learned, the moon doesn't have any air around it. The air that surrounds our earth acts as a nice blanket to keep us warm and comfy! But the moon, since it doesn't have this blanket, gets much colder than the earth and much hotter than the earth. On the side of the moon that the sun is shining on, the temperature reaches 260 Fahrenheit! That is hotter than boiling. On the dark side of the moon, it gets very cold, -280 Fahrenheit.
The moon has a tenuous atmosphere comprised by argon, polonium, radon, helium, oxygen, methane, nitrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. There is a greenhouse effect on the moon due to the surface and subsurface lunar regolith, which has the property of absorbing and storing the incident solar radiation. This is the reason by which scientists are considering that the greenhouse effect on Earth depends more on the surface and subsurface regolith than on the Earth's atmosphere.
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Neptune. Actually they have found 13 moons now.
The average temperature on the surface of Europa (as in one of Saturn's moons) is around -260 degrees Fahrenheit.
MarsYou have listed three features of the planet; rocky surface, hot temperature, and 2 moons. While Mars is a terrestrial planet (has a rocky surface) and has 2 moons (Phobos and Deimos), you're wrong on the last feature, in which you have written that Mars has hot temperature conditions. This is wrong, because the temperature on Mars is usually well below zero.
This is because the moon has no atmosphere, and is therefore unable to maintain heat on its surface.
the holes in the moons surface are where astroids hit the moons surface
Triton has a surface temperature of about -235 degrees Celsius.
The mean surface temperature during the day is 107° C (226.6° F) At night that temperature is negative and drops to -153° C (-243.4 F) The maximum surface temperature is 123° C (253.4° F) The minimum surface temperature is -233° C (-387.4 F)
The size of Triton, one of Neptune's moons, is approximately 1677 miles. Triton is the largest of Neptune's moons, and its mean surface temperature is - 391 degrees Fahrenheit.
yes due to the geological effect of the space time quantinuam by the surface temperature of the moon therefore remains desolated and so it will not result in erruption unless the supernova has an impact of the moons surrounding temperature (n/85x*nt*7a891200,12*n)
Triton, one of Pluto's moons, is the coldest moon in the solar system. In second place is Charon, another one of Pluto's moons.
The moons surface is covered with regolith. There are 2 main kinds of surface; maria and highlands. There are lots of craters and dust. the moons sky is always black.it has no air or water
There are a variety of interesting facts about the planet Neptune. There are 14 moons of Neptune, and the surface temperature is about -201 degrees Celsius.
You would not be able to see the moons from the surface; Jupiter's atmosphere is too thick.
the invention helps people see the crators and the maria on the moons surface
No, Pluto does not have water on its surface. It does not have water on its moons .
Half of the moons surface is illuminated by the sun at a time, except during a lunar eclipse.
It reflects from the surface of Jupiter and its moons.
Yes it is similar to the moons surface
Surface temperature is the temperature on the outside of the object. For example the surface temperature of the Earth is the Ground temperature and the surface temperature of an orange is the rind not the pips.
Uranus is the planet that has ten moons. The moons lie closer to the planet's surface than any other planet.
Jupiter dosent have a surface. And if it did, you wouldn't be able to see the moons because of the 30 mile thick clouds!
It is a terrestiral surface [rocky surface].craters
it comes from the sun. The sunlight reflects off of the moons surface, and goes to your eyes.
jupiter has 63 moons all together, the olants that has the most moons in the solar systen!
The moon has plenty of gravity. In accordance with its mass and radius, any object weighs about 16.5% as much on the moon's surface as it does on the Earth's surface.