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Terrestrial Climate
Moon over glacier


Without a moon, Earth's obliquity would vary ten to twenty degrees over a half a billion years. Changes of only one to two degrees are thought to be partly responsible for the Ice Ages. Image credit: Wikicommons/ Flickr

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