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Comment: Re:Affect the moon? (Score 1) 61

by edibobb (#49650139) Attached to: Subsurface Ocean Waves Can Be More Than 500 Meters High
They don't affect the moon significantly. While they are large enough, the difference in density between the water above and below the wave is so small, and the speed is so slow, the gravitational or frictional effect is too small to matter. However, the moon does affect the waves. They're caused by tidal forces.

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