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  1. Answer: it takes another moon. On Reddit someone calculated it would trillions of Saturn 5 rockets and 2/3rds of the oceans worth of rocket fuel. It would take another moon size object to change its orbit.
  2. The earth's moon is tidal locked, therefore it can be fitted with rockets on it's far side and forced into a smaller orbit. My question is how much force would that take and how much rocket fuel would it take to accomplish that force? Given earth's resources and human technology could this be conceivable on any timeframe?
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