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It is a segment in case you do not know what a segment is it is a line with two end points

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Is an imaginary line from the Earth to the Moon a line or Ray or a segment why?

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ist a segment because it has 2 end point

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A ray

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Why is it an imaginary line from earth to the moon?

it's a segment.


Why is the line a segment from earth to the moon?

It is a segment because it has two end points, point A and point B.


What is the name of the imaginary line the moon rotates on?

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Does the moon have a north and south pole?

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What imaginary line does the moon rotate around earth?

It's "axis" is probably the answer, but the question doesn't make complete sense.


Does the moon have an axis?

Yes, but not in the ordinary sense. The moon is gravitationally locked to the Earth, meaning it doesn't rotate independently along an imaginary line passing through its poles. As the Earth both rotates on its own axis and revolves around the Sun, the moon's orientation along that imaginary line changes with respect to the ecliptic every 27.3 days, so the moon can be said to rotate on that axis.


Why doesn't a lunar eclipse happen every time at full moon?

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