We see only one side of the Moon, but the other side of the Moon may not be completely dark.
We can only see one side of the Moon from Earth and we didn’t know it until 1959 when Soviet spacecraft Luna 3 sent the dark side of the moon. This is where we can see only one side of our planet’s satellite.
The Earth and the Moon are close to each other and because of their application of gravitational force.
This tidal power, which slowed the rotation of both sides, made the Moon’s rotation equal to its orbital movement shortly after its formation.
The moon performs its return around its axis with a tour around the Earth within the same time period: 28 days.
When we look from here, we see the same face of the moon.
When we look at us from the moon, we are constantly in the sky. Work on the moon‘s bright side could be done because we can see this face.
In addition, the astronauts landing on the moon came down to the bright side of our satellite, from there they contacted NASA and all the samples collected in the Apollo mission were collected from this side.
According to Wayne Schlingman of Ohio Eyal University, the Moon does not have a dark side.
This is because the other side of the Moon is not visible from our point of view. In fact every side of the Moon lives day and night, just like on Earth.
With modern satellites, astronomers managed to map out the moon’s surface.
In addition, the other side of the Moon was carried out for the first time with Chang bire 4 performed by China.
Researchers are waiting for 4 to Aitken Basin (South Pole) to answer questions about the surface of the crater and to test whether something can be grown on the soil of the Moon.
Scientists are getting to know the Moon more and more and continue to recognize it change 4 will observe low-frequency radio lights from the Sun and beyond, which cannot be measured in the world due to human activities such as TV and radio broadcasts.
With Rover’s role, all parts of the Moon are being investigated, and in 2009, NASA’s LCROSS satellite discovered that the Moon had water at its north and south poles.
The researchers are now very close to discovering the moon’s polar craters that have never seen daylight. These craters are so deep in the reach of sunlight and in the remote corners.
In other words, the Moon is absolutely dark, but not completely dark.