Why are there two tidal ridges on Earth?

The tidal bulge on the side of the Earth facing the Moon arises because points on the Earth’s surface where the Moon is high above the horizon are attracted to the Moon more than the center of the Earth. A tidal bulge on the far side of the Earth occurs for a similar reason – the center of the Earth is attracted to the Moon more strongly than those surface layers of the Earth where the Moon is in nadir.

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