Moon Landing Research Papers

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The moon: a ball of rock orbiting earth. Although the moon has been thoroughly researched, countless mysteries still remain. In addition to theories about the moon 's composition and interior structure, the most important question remains unanswered: "Where did the moon come from?" In an attempt to better understand the origin of the moon, the Capture Theory, Fission Theory, Impact Theory, and, the most logical, Sister Theory, have been discussed. A video of the moon landing, in addition to further geological evidence, has been collected and used as challenging points towards questioning its originality. As the current research stands, The Sister Theory is definitely the most scientifically realistic of the theories. The Sister Theory argues that, because ancestrally, lunar structures formulate in pairs (i.e.…show more content…
16 The capture theory states that the moon originated separately in the Milky Way and was later caught in Earth 's gravitational field. It is illogical to assume this because scientists have already proven that the moon 's composition is identical to Earth 's, which strongly supports the Sister Theory. The capture theory is less substantial because if the moon was once free floating through space before being captured by Earths gravity, then it stands to reason that the moon could break free at any point and continue to wander space. As current research supports the moon highly effects the tides of Earths oceans and the moon 's disappearance would be detrimental; considering this outcome, by default the Sister Theory is deemed stronger than the capture theory. Additionally, if the moon was once wandering aimlessly through space, why is it that other large lunar and planetary bodies have not been found acting in the same way throughout human history? Capture theory could go on to support the Earth having multiple moons which would again negatively impact the tides and thus human civilization on Earth as we know it. Therefore Sister Theory is stronger than
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