Who were learning about the moons and

Who conducted the research and study was Hagai Perets of the technion and Weizmann institute Profs.How the researchers complete the study/procedure was they said that it’s likely that there were smaller moon and they came together to form one big moon. What they learned from the research was that they believe that earth had previous moons and with more giant impacts it made it reached it’s current size.When was this study researched and finished was january 9 2017.Where this study took place was Weizmann institute of perets.Why they studied it and why is it important it they studied because they wanted to know what exactly made up the earth and it turns out it is made of collided rock.It is important because if not knowing what the earth is made of the scientist are not going to know what is bad for the earth.How the research impact people or the environment is now the people can know what is bad for the earth meaning less pollution and better farming and stuff to help the earth’s environment. OpinionWhy I chose this article was because dr.hinton showed me this and then she  told me a summary of it and I was really so I chose it.Do I agree or disagree with the content and research I agree but in the beginning I was confused because I wouldn’t think the earth was made of collided rock.What my feelings toward this topic is that it should be taught in science classes because It should be out there for people  to know and acknowledge.Was the study done well yes because it gave us the answer to the question that the heading was asking.Do I think it was useful yes because if not we wouldn’t know how to go to the earth’s atmospheres and core without proper protection.How this article relate to what I learned now or past years is in 7 grade we were learning about the moons and now knowing that there were more than one and formed the moon is mind-blowing in way.The most interesting thing in this article was pretty obvious how there was previous moons and all collided to make one giant one.