#1
I need to know some kind of formula of finding the distance to moon on a DAILY basis, meaning the value of distance will differ every day and I must know the formula.


Yes, I did google it.

I didn't find the formula though, only means of calculating it.


And my assigment is not to find out the formula, but to put it into a huge algorithm which would work
#3
I don't know man, try measuring it every day.

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#4
Just get out the measuring tape, you lazy trashbag.
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#6
with lasers!!


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#7
formula: distance to the moon=laser+moon
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#8
It's too far, man, who gives a ****.
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#9
It's impossible to calculate. It cycles inconsistently, and there are many factors which can change it's path. The moon and the Earth rotate around each other, which causes them to wobble, plus a planet such as mars or venus can have a gravitational pull on the moon which would also alter it's distance. You'd have to get measurements over a period
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#10
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It's impossible to calculate. It cycles inconsistently, and there are many factors which can change it's path. The moon and the Earth rotate around each other, which causes them to wobble, plus a planet such as mars or venus can have a gravitational pull on the moon which would also alter it's distance. You'd have to get measurements over a period



I need some formula, involving anything... cycles, time, angles
#11
Measure it daily. The data will fit some kind of sine or cosine curve
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#12
distance to moon = x, where x = do you're own ****ing work

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#14
ohhh I get ya now. Get a whole heap of measurements, and plot them. You can either use a computer program or find out the sine/cosine curve yourself. Easy
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#16
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#17
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but what if it blows up?


He won't have to do his assignment anymore
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#18
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the moon is 8 away.


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#19
The moon is only 1 hit of acid away, man.
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#20
just google search the distance each morning and email the results to the professor. Tell him that google earth and moon uses lasers and is much more accurate than your wild guesses.
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#21
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I don't know man, try measuring it every day.


As opposed to an amatuer astronaut? Someone who just dabbles in the field?



OT: Google it again and again until you get it


If google doesn't have it, it doesn't exist..