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Tidal force

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The tidal force is a secondary effect of the force of gravity and is responsible for the tides. ... Consider the gravitational attraction of the moon on the oceans nearest to the moon, the solid Ear...

The sun attracts the moon with a force twice as large as the ... - Quora

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But guess what, that attraction the Sun has for the Moon, it also has for the Earth ( well it's pretty close). Acceleration of Gravity Sun-Moon System

Q & A: Gravitational pull of the sun | Department of Physics ...

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Jun 5, 2013 ... the gravitational pull of the sun has a greater effect in tides than the pull of the ... Although the sun is much more massive than the moon it's a lot ...

Gravitational Force Between; Sun and Earth, Moon and Earth ...

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May 15, 2008 ... 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data "Calculate the gravitational force between: A) The sun and the earth. B)The moon ...

Tidal Influences - HyperPhysics

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How large is the Sun's tidal effect compared to the moon's influence? ... smaller than that of the Moon because tides are caused by the difference in gravity field ...

The Moon And Tides

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When the sun and moon are aligned, there are exceptionally strong gravitational forces, causing very high and very low tides which are called spring tides, ...

Gravitational forces of the Sun and Moon deform the Earth's shape ...

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Gravitational forces of the Sun and. Moon deform the Earth's shape ⇒ tides in the oceans, atmosphere, and solid earth. • Tidal effect of the Moon: – Earth and ...

Why do the planets go around the Sun? - NASA Space Place

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A planet orbiting the Sun is like the moon or a NASA satellite orbiting Earth. ... The Sun's gravity pulls on the planets, just as Earth's gravity pulls down anything  ...

Google Answers: Sun's gravitational force

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The sun is 320,000 times as massive as the earth, but only 400 times as far from the moon as the earth is. Therefore the force of the sun's ...

NOAA National Ocean Service Education: Tides and Water Levels

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Gravity is one major force that creates tides. In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton explained that ocean tides result from the gravitational attraction of the sun and moon on ...

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The Ocean's Tides Explained - Moon

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In one word, gravity. Specifically, the gravitational forces of the Sun and Moon. The key to understanding how the tides work is understanding the relationship ...

Gravitational Interactions of the Earth and Moon: Barycentric Motion

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The Gravitational Force of the Earth and Moon on Each Other ... If one or the other did not exist, the remaining object would orbit the Sun in an orbit nearly ...

How do the moon and sun affect tides and surfing? - SurferToday.com

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The Moon's gravitational force is only 17% of the Earth's gravity. The Sun's impact over the Earth is 46% of that caused by the Moon. The result of all these ...