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How Is Heat Transferred Away from the Surface of the Moon?

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Heat transferred away from the surface of the moon because of radiation. There is no real atmosphere and this moves warmth away from the moon. The moon is the fifth largest satellite in the Solar System. Water can not be kept on the surface of the moon. Solar radiation will make the water decompose. The moon makes a complete orbit around the Earth about every 28 days. The tides on Earth are heavily impacted by the gravitational pull of the Moon.
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