Why Do We Only See One Side of the Moon?
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Have you ever wondered why the moon always shows the same face to us here on Earth and we never see the back side?

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This is called tidal locking, gravitationa locking or captured rotation.  It occurs when one side of an astronomical body always faces another, an effect known as synchronous rotation.  Wiki
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