The Rate at Which the Moon is Migrating Away From the Earth and the Erosion Rate of Granite

The moon is moving away from Earth at a rate of 1 centimeter per year meaning that in 600,000,000 (600 million) years, the moon will no longer be close enough to completely block out the sun during a solar eclipse. Granite has an erosion rate of approximately 1” per every 10,000 years...

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