It's in the details ...
The most immediate effect (other than the lack of moonlight, of course) would be on the Earth's tides. With only the Sun's gravitational influence, the difference between high and low tides would be reduced dramatically - as would tidal drag, which slows the Earth down at a rate adding about 0.002 seconds to the length of a day each century. Long term, the effects would be far more serious. The climate of the Earth is sensitively dependent on the 23.5° tilt of the Earth's axis, and without the stabilising presence of our relatively huge Moon, the gravity of the other planets would produce big changes in this angle - as it does with Mars, whose tilt changes by 60° over a few million years ...
If we had no moon the Earth would be unstable and would wobble on its axis, the moon's gravitational pull helps the earth stay stable.
If you were on the moon your weight would lower, as there is no gravity.
then there would be no moon
solar eclipse happen at full moon or new moon
You would see the moon.
you would jet a bit burnt if you where on the moon. I'll find out about the next eclipse
they would stay on the moon and they may not decay.
Nothing would happen if the moon was on the left and the sun on the right. The moon and sun are often on different sides of the earth.
A full moon
The moon phases would change.
A lunar eclipse can happen at full moon. Solar eclipses can occur at the new moon.
We would just see all the sides of the Moon.
Earth would blow up along with the moon.
There would never be a full moon.
Every one will die from asteroids.
Pigs would fly...
it would float
nothing would happen
the moon will be closer to the earth,,
the proportion of the earth and the moon would be much different, and the moon would then revolve on its own around the sun.
If the Moon were to keep getting closer and closer to the Earth, the Moon would eventually crash into the Earth, killing all life. This isn't likely to happen, because the Moon is massive, and only a stunningly enormous force could budge the Moon in the slightest. If this was to happen it would happen billions of years into the future so you have nothing to worry about. And if it would happen billions of years into the future we may have a gravity ray which could repeal the moon
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Techincally speaking that would never happen. The moon would have to be VERY close to the Earth. The moon moves away from the earth 1.75 inches away from the earth each year, making the hours of the day longer. If the moon did orbit the earth in one day, this would happen around the time period the moon formed in space.
Tides are almost entirely caused by the moon, so without the moon there would not be any significant tides.
It would just lye there.
It would get hot