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In "geocentric" frame, the moon travels at a velocity of about 27 km/sec, so if we multiply that by 365k, we get around 98 million km/s, which is quite a bit higher than the speed of light. If we take the speed of the moon relative to the rest of the universe, that is about 1 km/s, giving 365 thousand km/s, which is slightly higher than the speed ...


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The question explicitly stated "geocentric frame", so all answers using "sidereal" measurements of months, days, and years for this question are pointless. Using synodic measurements: A "month" would be the time for a complete phase change, which averages to 29.53059 days. (Orbit of the Moon - Wikipedia) The mean distance ...


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