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The Moon’s orbit around the Earth is such that the Moon always shows about the same face to the Earth. If you imagine looking at a clock face, the Moon is always showing 12 o’clock.
The Moon is 22,079 miles from the Earth. But since 22,079 miles is less than the Earth’s radius, the Moon appears to be less than 22,079 miles in diameter and appears to be smaller than the Earth.
If we take the Moon away, the Earth appears to be 2,079 miles in diameter and appears to be larger than the Moon. (The Moon is normally inside the Earth and the Moon is smaller than the Earth.)
That is one answer.
Do we see the entire world?
You may ask, “Do we see the entire world?” There is another way to answer this question.
We can ask how much of the world do we see from the bottom of the ocean to the top of the atmosphere?
The Earth’s atmosphere is 93 miles thick. We know the Earth’s diameter, yet it appears to be less than 93 miles from the bottom of the ocean.
The entire world is also 93 miles wide, and therefore it is 93 miles from the bottom of the ocean to the top of the atmosphere.
The world is 93 miles wide.
Do we see the entire world? Yes.
Larger than the Moon? Yes.
Smaller than the Moon? Yes.
73 years ago, we discovered the Moon’s orbit was not circular, but elliptical.
The Moon’s perigee, or closest approach to the Earth, is 384,400 miles. The apogee, or furthest approach to the Earth, is 377,900 miles.
The Moon is 1.5 times closer to the Earth at perigee than apogee. If you measure the Moon’s distance from the Earth in miles and convert the miles to kilometers, you will find the Earth is always 2.6 times further from the Moon at perigee than apogee