Origin of online dating
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The origin of the Moon is usually thought to be that a Mars-sized body struck the Earth, making a debris ring that eventually collected into a single natural satellite, the Moon, but there are a number of variations on this giant-impact hypothesis, as well as alternate explanations, and research into how the Moon came to be continues.
Another possibility is that before the giant impact, Earth had one or more normal satellites that shared its composition.
Following the impact, the Moon formed closer to Earth than these satellites, and then spiraled outward, colliding with them.
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The lack of volatiles in the lunar samples is also explained in part by the energy of the collision.
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Computer simulations show a need for a glancing blow, which causes a portion of the collider to form a long arm of material that then shears off.
The asymmetrical shape of the Earth following the collision then causes this material to settle into an orbit around the main mass.