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WHAT IS THE TRUE SHAPE OF HE MOON?
ANSWER:ORBIT
IS THAT CORRECT

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  1. NO.

  2. COULD U HELP ME OUT A LITTLE PLEASE IM NOT GETTING ANYTHING ON IT

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  3. What are your choices?

    This site shows you the moon's shape.

    http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/moon/shape.htm

  4. I TOLD MY TEACHER THAT. I USED THAT SAME WEBSITE AND SHE SAID SHE WANTS THE TRUE SHAPE AND I WAS CONFUSED

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  5. I ALSO FOUND THIS
    ANSWER:It is actually shaped like an egg. But the pointy part faces away from the earth.

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  6. AND THIS
    the moon isn't a perfect sphere its kinda like a oval in a way

    The shape of the moon is an oblate spheroid, just like earth

    IS IT CORRRECT

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  7. WHICH ONE IS IT

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  8. Yes. An egg is oval-shaped. Many people describe the moon as an orb or a sphere.

    In that web site, the full moon appears as a circle.

    http://en.allexperts.com/q/Space-Astronomy-Kids-3252/2009/4/moor-round-oval.htm

  9. so its oval?

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  10. Yes.

  11. thank you.one day i want to be as smart as you are

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  12. You're very welcome. :-)

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