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The clock on the moon moves

does it move the same rate on earth or faster or slower?
Question asked by: damian

Asked on: 06 Nov 2010

No, the rate at which the clock moves is different on the moon to on earth, though only by a tiny fraction that you need a super-accurate clock to find out about.

The clock will tick faster on the moon as there is less gravity. The stronger the gravity, the slower the passing of time.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 17 Nov 2010
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