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Why does the Moon not rotate around its own axis? | Almanac.com

Why does the Moon not rotate around its own axis?

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Why does the Moon not rotate around its own axis?
The Moon does rotate on its own axis. It does this once every 29-1/2 days — the same time it takes for it to complete its journey around Earth. The Moon rotates at about ten miles per hour at its equator.

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