Tides are produced by the gravitational effects of the sun and moon on the earth. Since the relative positions of the sun, moon, and earth vary, and the distance of the moon from the earth also varies, the strength of tides isn’t constant. For a lengthier description of how gravitation creates tides, click the citation link.
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