Theory of the Drop Moon

Theory of the DROP MOON

The Theory of the Drop Moon proposed that The Moon was formed as a result of a celestial body against the Earth, in such a way that the “impactor” on penetrating the terrestrial sphere provoked multiple protuberances, “splashes” of terrestrial material: an ejection cone (of this same material and generated where the impactor had penetrated) emerged vertically, reaching sufficient height for its summit not to be reabsorbed by gravity, leaving a spherical portion in spatial orbit around our planet and forming the satellite wich we call the Moon.

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Artistic concept for the origin of the moon

Sequence of the impact that gives rise to the Theory of the Drop Moon