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Day and night temperature on an earthlike planet with longer rotational period [closed]
I'm trying to understand the climatic effects of the far future scenario of an Earth-like planet with a reduced rotational speed caused by tidal locking with the moon (day-night period of 28 days, one ...
Oct 14 '13 at 19:46
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