How was Luna formed and how does she interact with both Earth and Sol?. By Soleil Saskia A. Schroth. The Birth of Luna. Giant Impact Hypothesis A. Debris B. Collision C. 4.45 billion years ago. How does Luna interact with the Earth?.
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By Soleil Saskia A. Schroth
Giant Impact Hypothesis
C. 4.45 billion years ago
Luna affects Earth by creating tides on Earth. The tides created by Luna are gradually slowing Earth's rotation - this results in Luna receding from Earth to maintain the momentum of Earth and Luna’s system.
Years before, when people look at Luna, she triggers thoughts in their minds. These thoughts sometimes can become so vivid that people make stories out of them. That’s why we have stories about werewolves, vampires witches etc.