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why is the moon important?

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  1. We could live without it, if that's what you mean. Some species that depend upon tides and moonlight would be threatened if it weren't there.

    It may become more important in the future when a permanent manned base is established there. Space exploration, and some military, communication and manufacturing operations might be more efficiently done from there.

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