How to Measure The Radius of the Earth Using Only a Camera and the Moon!. If for some reason you missed out on the last 2,500 years of human advancement and are still wondering if the earth is round or not, well here is a cool way to actually measure the radius of the earth using the moon and a camera! Anyone can try this! It is pretty neat. I also talk about the moon illusion and why it looks so big on the horizon when it is actually smaller.
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