The moon, dah, hense the name "moon buggie"
The Phases of the moon are Full moon,Waxing Gibbous,Waning Gibbous, Waxing Cresent, Waning Cresent and New Moon.
The Russians didn't land on the Moon, it was the Americans in 1969
A magnetic compass does not work on the moon because the moon has no magnetic core to generate the north and south poles like the earth. As a result, there is no pole for the magnetic compass with which to point. An electric motor, however, works on the moon because the motor generates both magnetic fields necessary to induce force.
The rocket has a gps built in to it to course the rocket to the moon and the people just live inside of it regularily.
yes it could
Solar panels work in space, so do FM transceivers, so yeah, sure! Your radio won't make a sound though :-)
All you would hear is fuzz because even though it would be powered (the moon receives sunlight) it wouldn't pick up any radio stations.
Earth Moon Earth (EME) transmitters can be used from any location with regular vision of the moon. The transmitters rely on sending signals that bounce to the moon and back to a location on earth.
Yes, It does. You must remember that the light of the sun reaches there and this allows it to work. Otherwise any factor of the moon does not prevent it from working
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life would moon be on life on moon
The Moon has several problems that make it insuitable for communications purposes at this time: - It is very far away, so a signal would take about 2.7 seconds to make the round trip to the Moon and back, many communications require much shorter delays than this. - It is very far away, so signals would tend to dissipate a lot going in both directions and would be relatively weak once they reached their destination and require a proportionally more powerful receiver or transmitter. - It is very far away, so it would be difficult to put a relay station there and difficult to maintain any relay station after it was in place. - There is only one of them, so only about half of the Earth's surface has a line of sight to it at any one time. For these reasons, artificial satellites orbiting the Earth are considerably more effective for communications than a relay station on the Moon would be.
No they are not. The moon is round so a half moon would be half of the moon showing while a quarter moon would 1 out of 4 parts of the moon.
If I were to be in space which would be awsome I would be or you would be 3kg on the moon. If you were 30 kg you would be 5kg on the moon.
If you were on the moon your weight would lower, as there is no gravity.
then there would be no moon