Why can't we ever see the dark face of the Earth's Satellite Moon?

The reason for this is the gravitational lock. If you say, "What is it?", We explain.
lean expression:

the velocity of rotation of a celestial body with its own, the velocity of rotation of the planet or star with its satellite. As such, the celestial body revolves around the "larger mass" object that faces the same face continuously.

The event is;

mint called gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance. that is, if you approach a planet twice, the gravitational effect increases four times. the closer you are, the higher the gravitational force acting on you, the more you're exposed to 1 unit shot at a distance of 40 meters, for example, you'll have to shoot 64 units at a distance of 5 meters.

but don't know how to do it now, put yourself in the moon. you have a huge world and you are taking a pet shot. you are trying to return within this shooting area.

but the gravity of the world is so great that the gravitational pull of the world facing you is significantly greater than the one applied to your back. As such, your front part slightly "bombe" towards the world, and this bombe moves along the entire equator as you turn around. that is, you are experiencing a "tide" that travels along your equator.
what we first said; gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance. you are trying to turn around with a constant speed, but because your front side is more of a shot, your front face is trying to rotate at a "relatively" normal speed, while your face is trying to rotate more slowly with the effect of gravity. Because you're so close to the world that you're so close to the world that you're so close to the world that the world is applying 1 unit of shot to your back face, while 1.5 times the shot on your face.

in this case, the speed of rotation in your own environment is starting to slow down. therefore, you are starting to move away from the world in order not to lose your speed of rotation around the world. As you move away, and your speed of rotation slows down, you come to a point after a while, your speed of rotation around the world and your speed around your own environment are equalized. when this equality is realized, the tidal war between you and the world ends. So at least the draw is caught ...
but, because you are still very close to the world, the gravitational force between your face and the back faces the planet. the world continues to make your face more noticeably stronger. therefore, you will never be able to turn faster (or slower) than your turn around the world in your own environment. because the world has kept you from the front. As you can see, there is not really a draw, the world is still 1-0 ahead.
until when? the gravitational force acting on the front and back faces will not create a kadar big difference,, for example (again throwing) your back face 1, you get caught in this shot lock until your face goes far enough to take 1.01 unit shots. if there is time left, you can try to reach the cup by scoring goals or goals.
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