Is the Earth–Moon distance constant?

It is constant
It slowly increases
It slowly decreases
It is impossible to measure
Due to the loss of energy caused by tides, the Earth–Moon distance increases at approximately 38 millimetres per year.
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It is constant
It slowly increases
It slowly decreases
It is impossible to measure
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flagRepublic of Ireland
8%
83%
0%
8%
12
flagthe Netherlands
25%
66%
8%
0%
12
flagPakistan
23%
65%
11%
0%
26
flagthe United Kingdom
12%
61%
12%
12%
86
flagFrance
0%
61%
15%
15%
13
flagGermany
17%
59%
16%
5%
325
flagIndia
20%
56%
15%
7%
383
flagGreece
25%
56%
0%
18%
16
flagPoland
22%
51%
15%
10%
8339
flagAustria
17%
48%
31%
2%
45
flagAustralia
13%
47%
28%
7%
38
flagthe Philippines
41%
47%
8%
2%
34
flagCanada
33%
42%
23%
0%
21
flagthe United States
23%
40%
26%
8%
192
flagSwitzerland
19%
33%
23%
14%
21
flagUnknown
12%
18%
62%
6%
16