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The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are in the same plane.

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Corrected statement: The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are not in the same plane. The moons revolutionary orbit makes an angle of about 5 with that of the earth.

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## Correct the wrong statement. Write down the corrected one. The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are in the same plane.

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The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are in the same plane.

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The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are in the same plane.

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The revolutionary orbits of the earth and the moon are not on the same plane. The moon's revolutionary orbit makes an angle of 5° with that of the earth.

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Chapter 2: The Sun, the Moon and the Earth - Exercises [Page 8]

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## Do Earth and the Moon move on the same plane?

Answer (1 of 6): Relative to what? … Actually scratch that … the answer is “No”. There are infinite possible “planes”. The moon orbits around the Earth in one of those infinite planes. The Earth orbits the sun in another. The sun orbits the galaxy centre in yet another. The galaxy itself moves r...

Do Earth and the Moon move on the same plane?

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The plane of the Moon’s orbit around the Earth is different from the plane of the ecliptic (the Earth’s orbit around the Sun), with a mean inclination of about 5°.

If they were perfectly co-planar there would be a solar eclipse every Full Moon, and a lunar eclipse every New Moon.

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