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The Sun and moon could be affecting ocean tides stronger than previously thought

According to the latest study, the moon has a greater influence on the ocean tides than it was originally thought. The concept of spring tide generally depicts the “spring up and bounce back” activity of the ocean. The biggest point of difference in between the high and low tide is the “tide” itself. It is known to take place at the time of full moon, however, it even takes place at the time of the new moon. The spring tide reportedly would take place at the time the moon isn’t new, which is due to the reason that the moon, the sun, and the Earth would be in a straight line. Read More…

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