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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    A

    27 december 2019 08:15 2173
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

    27 DECEMBER 2019 08:15 217360033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335752260033575226003357522600335From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
    App

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    Jump to navigationJump to search
    This article is about Earth's natural satellite. For moons in general, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Moon (disambiguation).
    Moon Moon symbol
    Full Moon in the darkness of the night sky. It is patterned with a mix of light-tone regions and darker, irregular blotches, and scattered with varying sizes of impact craters, circles surrounded by out-thrown rays of bright ejecta.
    Full moon seen from North America
    Designations
    Adjectives
    Lunarselenic
    Orbital characteristics
    Epoch J2000
    Perigee 362600 km
    (356400–370400 km)
    Apogee 405400 km
    (404000–406700 km)
    Semi-major axis
    384399 km (0.00257 AU)[1]
    Eccentricity 0.0549[1]
    Orbital period
    27.321661 d
    (27 d 7 h 43 min 11.5 s[1])
    Synodic period
    29.530589 d
    (29 d 12 h 44 min 2.9 s)
    Average orbital speed
    1.022 km/s
    Inclination 5.145° to the ecliptic[2][a]
    Longitude of ascending node
    Regressing by one revolution in 18.61 years
    Argument of perigee
    Progressing by one
    revolution in 8.85 years
    Satellite of Earth[b][3]
    Physical characteristics
    Mean radius
    1737.4 km
    (0.2727 of Earth's)[1][4][5]
    Equatorial radius
    1738.1 km
    (0.2725 of Earth's)[4]
    Polar radius
    1736.0 km
    (0.2731 of Earth's)[4]
    Flattening 0.0012[4]
    Circumference 10921 km (equatorial)
    Surface area
    3.793×107 km2
    (0.074 of Earth's)
    Volume 2.1958×1010 km3
    (0.020 of Earth's)[4]
    Mass 7.342×1022 kg
    (0.012300 of Earth's)[1][4] [6]
    Mean density
    3.344 g/cm3[1][4]
    0.606 × Earth
    Surface gravity
    1.62 m/s2 (0.1654 g)[4]
    Moment of inertia factor
    0.3929±0.0009[7]
    Escape velocity
    2.38 km/s
    Sidereal rotation period
    27.321661 d (synchronous)
    Equatorial rotation velocity
    4.627 m/s
    Axial tilt
    1.5424° to ecliptic
    6.687° to orbit plane[2]
    24° to Earth's equator [8]
    North pole right ascension
    17h 47m 26s
    266.86°[9]
    North pole declination
    65.64°[9]
    Albedo 0.136[10]
    Surface temp. min mean max
    Equator 100 K 220 K 390 K
    85°N 150 K 230 K[11]
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