The Moon's orbit is tilted about 5.145 degrees to the plane of the ecliptic, Earth's orbital plane around the Sun. (The tilt is between 18.3 degrees and 28.6 degrees to Earth's equator.)
If you want an answer for your homework or whatever, the answer is about a 5 degree angle between the Moon's orbit and the Earth's orbit.
-My source is; Page 27, Chapter 1, Section 2, of the Science Explorer-ASTRONOMY Text book.
Earths surface of gravity is 4.6m/s2 more than moons.
No. All moons reflect light.
Large moons are rounded by their own gravity, which tends to pull down any large projections. Low-mass moons have weaker gravity and so are unable to do this.
The moons gravity 'pulls' the earths water creating a 'tide.'
Mars is the only planet with two moons. Though all the large planets have at least three or four moons.
A solar eclipse is when the moon becomes between earth and the sun, a lunar eclipse is when the moon is in earths shadow. They don't occur slot because the moons revolution is at a 5* angle.
Yes as Pluto is the smallest and the last planet in the solar system, it is smaller then the earths moons.
Because it is two moons wich equal 1.230 days
The Moon Lunar
One moon, no rings.
Red and green.
Controlling the earth's tides.