Why don't the Moon fall into the Earth?

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asked Jan 19 in Class IX Social Science by Sakshi Gupta (-254 points)

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answered Jan 20 by Kaushik Verma Basic (26 points)
So, for short, the Moon doesn't fall into the Earth attracted by the gravity because it moves fast enough to avoid this. So instead of falling, it keeps an orbit around the Earth. If it moved too slow, it would crash into Earth. If it moved too fast, it would escape into space.

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