anonymous
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How long is the moon’s rotational period? A. one day B. one week C. one month D. one year
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HannahA
  • HannahA
one month sorry that took so long....
anonymous
  • anonymous
a

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anonymous
  • anonymous
We only see one side of the moon. The reason for this has to do with the rotational period being exactly one day.
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Its a day, because there is a day time and night time of the moon.

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