As we stare at the moon and contemplate the comforting rhythm of its monthly phases, you might wonder, what does the moon actually do? Does it really need to be there? And, what would happen if we were to smash it to pieces? This week, Science with Sam explains the hidden benefits of Earth’s shiny sidekick.
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