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Tidal locking - Wikipedia


Tidal locking occurs when the long-term interaction between a pair of co-orbiting astronomical ... (For the solid Earth, these bulges can reach displacements of up to around 0.4 metres (1.3 ft).) ... over its surface due to orbital motions, with one of the two "high" tidal bulges traveling close to the point where body A is overhead.


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What Causes Tides? | NOAA SciJinks – All About Weather


The tidal force causes Earth—and its water—to bulge out on the side closest to the ... This cycle of two high tides and two low tides occurs most days on most of the ... As Earth rotates, the moon's gravity pulls on different parts of our planet. ... pulls on the land, but not enough for anyone to tell (unless they use special, really ...


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What Causes High Tide and Low Tide? Why Are There Two Tides ...


Oct 11, 2018 ... High tide and low tide causes are discussed in this article from ... There's a bulge in the ocean on each side of the planet. Observe that one bulge is protruding from the half of the globe that's facing the moon while the other is located on Earth's opposite end. ... That force can have two separate components.


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Tide - Wikipedia


Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth. Tide tables can be used to find the predicted times and amplitude (or "tidal .... When there are two high tides each day with different heights (and two low tides also ...


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Tidal Bores Are Rare, Fast and Have Epic Waves | HowStuffWorks


Oct 12, 2018 ... These can be epic in scale; the biggest waves are 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters) tall. ... of our moon, the ocean is always bulging out a bit on opposite sides of the planet. While Earth rotates, it passes through these "tidal bulges. ... 24 hours, most coastal areas witness two high tides and two low tides per day.


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Does the Moon have a tidal effect on the atmosphere as well as the ...


On the opposite side of Earth (point B), its attractive force is weakest, which allows ... rotates from west to east the two bulges tend to stay on the Earth-moon line.


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Huge machine harnesses the tides | NASA Climate Kids


The part of the ocean on exactly the opposite side of Earth bulges out too. So as Earth ... Usually, there are two high tides and two low tides each day. Learn more ... We can use tidal energy to supply electricity to our homes and businesses. We can use ... It is important to put tidal generators near where people actually live.


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Why Is There a Tidal Bulge Opposite the Moon?


side of Earth, making two high tides separated by a little more than 12 hours ... Earth's tidal bulges of water are illustrated on the left, very much not to scale. A .... (1) Solar tides, which can sum with the lunar tide to increase or reduce the bulges .


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The moon's gravity does not fully explain how ocean tides work


Jun 6, 2017 ... This global water pressure works against Earth's gravity to form two bulges: the high tides. ... a blister or pimple will bulge up if you start to squeeze it from the side[s]. ... These high-tide bulges stay put as the Earth rotates underneath them ... When the sun lines up with the moon, it triggers larger "spring tides.


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Does Earth really have two high-tide bulges on opposite sides?


Jun 25, 2014 ... Newton's equilibrium theory of the tides with its two tidal bulges is falsified by observation. If this hypothesis was correct, high tide would occur ...


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newtonian mechanics - Moon's pull causes tides on far side of Earth ...


Jun 9, 2014 ... Imagine that we have a very massive object in space. .... The side closest to the moon has a tidal bulge because of the additional ... So observed on the Earth, the other side "lags behind" and therefore we have high tide there. ..... The result will remain the same (two bulges in opposite directions if both are ...


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How does high tide occur on the globally opposite locations (bulging ...


Tides is the result of the rotation of the Earth and whirlpools The opening was ... from the moon is actually on the other side of the globe (real 'high tide' location)? .... The shell will still be distorted and so we will have a Moonward bulge and a ... areas get two or more tidal surges, travelling in different directions arriving at the  ...


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Why does the moon create two high tides on opposite sides of the ...


The moon is the main cause of tides on the Earth with the high tide on the ... the opposite side caused by weaker moon gravity because that side of the Earth is ... I don't do the numbers but in principle as I understand it the near side tidal bulge is ... In simple terms, how does the gravitational pull from the moon actually cause  ...


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Why is there a tidal bulge on the side of the Earth facing away from ...


Inertia does not really play a large role in terms of two rides per day, as the .... You will get pulled by gravity toward different bodies around you, but the .... of the oceans on the earth's sides, which pushes up the high tides.


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