American planetary scientists have calculated that the Moon falls to Earth

American planetary scientist University of Idaho's Jason Barnes said that the Moon will collide with the Earth about 65 billion years, according to Forbes.

The expert stressed that its forecast can not be called accurate, because during this time the Earth is completely absorbed by the Sun. If this happens, then no collision will not.

The earth, according to calculations by Barnes, will slow every year its rotation around the axis and to a specific point will be with the Moon in mutual spin-orbit resonance.

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