Supercomputer simulation re-enacts the birth of the Moon

THe is entangled in the mystery of the creation of the Moon billions of years ago. Most astronomers believe that the young Earth, still colder than its formation, was killed about 4.5 billion years ago by a contingent-shaped body called Thursia.

As Proto-Moon orbited the Earth, it cooled, and collected debris from the area around space. At that time, the moon was closer to the Earth than it is today. In billions of years, our planetary companions moved away from our home world as a result of the force of gravity between the Earth and the Moon.

Researchers at Durham University developed a supercomputer simulation, which shows how this happens Ancient collision May have surfaced.

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