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Who invaded ancient Egypt?

Alexander the Great

Q. When did Rome invade Egypt?

30 BC

Q. Why did the Romans take over Egypt?

Egypt, due to its plentiful water resources, was a fertile land and happened to be a situated in a good place to be used as a trade center. Because of this, other civilizations were keen on taking it over and using Egypt for their own purposes, starting with Alexander the Great.

Q. Did the Romans ever fight the Egyptians?

The Battle of the Nile in 47 BC saw the combined RomanEgyptian armies of Julius Caesar and Cleopatra VII defeat those of the rival Queen Arsinoe IV and King Ptolemy XIII and secure the throne of Egypt.

Q. Are there any man made structures visible from space?

Artificial structures visible from Earth orbit without magnification include highways, dams, and cities. The Great Wall of China, often cited as the only human-made structure visible from space, is not visible from low Earth orbit without magnification, and even then can be seen only under perfect conditions.

Q. Can you see stars in space during the day?

Stars can be seen in the daytime sky, but this is a bit of a cheat. Stars, along with the brighter planets already mentioned, can be seen with the unaided human eye in a daytime sky (that is, when the sun is above the horizon) normally only during a total solar eclipse.

Q. Can you see planets in the daytime?

Crescent Venus (left) and crescent moon, through a telescope, in daytime. Venus is the most commonly seen sky object seen in daytime, after the sun and moon. … You can see the brightest planet, Venus, in daylight, too, if you know exactly where to look.

Q. Can you see the sun from the moon?

The moon doesn’t have an atmosphere, so there are no twilight colors. Plus, if you were watching a sunrise on the moon, you would see stars rise in the sun’s vicinity and cross the sky with the sun throughout the lunar day. … Earth’s atmosphere also makes our sky look blue in the daytime.

Q. Can life exist on the moon?

The moon may have more water and oxygen than Earth and an oxygen exosphere. Thought to have a subsurface liquid water ocean due to tidal heating or geothermal activity. Free molecular hydrogen (H2) has been detected, providing another potential energy source for life.

Q. Why is no life on the moon?

The Moon’s weak atmosphere and its lack of liquid water cannot support life as we know it.

Q. What if the moon didn’t exist?

Without the moon, Earth would spin faster, the day would be shorter, and the Coriolis force (which causes moving objects to be deflected to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere, due to Earth’s spin) would be much stronger.

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