What Shape Is the Earth Sun and Moon?

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The Earth is said to be roughly spherical. It is round, like a ball, and it is also slightly squashed. The Moon is also said to be roughly spherical, but it is a lot smaller in size than the Earth. On the other hand, the sun is also spherical in shape.
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The shapes of earth moon and the sun are spherical. Not exactly perfect spheres but when view through the telescope they appear spherical. The shape of the earth has been proven to be spherical in nature through various scientific experiments.
The sun, moon and earth are all more or less spherical; the earth and the moon are moving all the time around the sun. However, as the moon circles the Earth, the shape of the moon appears to change; this is because different amounts of the illuminated part of the moon are facing us. The shape varies from a full moon to a new moon.
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