Subject: Does the mass of earth affect its speed of rotation?
Date: Tue May 2 08:11:22 2000
Posted by mark warnock
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: university of michigan
City: ann arbor State/Province: mi
Area of science: Astronomy
I understand that cosmic junk is constantly bombarding earth...will this
increase its circumference. If so...does this increase in mass affect the
rotation speed (making days last longer through time). Were days shorter
then millions of years ago on earth?
Re: Does the mass of earth affect its speed of rotation?
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