Today on Far Future Horizons we present another episode of the acclaimed documentary series The Universe.
|How The Moon Was Made|
Without the moon, Earth would be a very different and desolate place today--four hours of sunlight with pitch-black nights, steady 100-mph winds spawning giant hurricanes that last for months, and virtually no complex life forms, much less humans. Safe to say, we probably owe our very existence to the moon. But what if it suddenly disappeared?
|The Moons of Our Solar System|
A look at the importance of our moon and what the Earth would be like without one, such as a four hours of sunlight, pitch-black nights, 100 MPH winds spawning massive hurricanes, wild fluctuating climate changes as the planet topples on its axis, and the end of complex life forms – including humans.
The Universe - The Day The Moon Was Gone
The Universe S04 E02 - The Day the Moon Was Gone by kaanozten