Moon "rotation" The experiment below is to demonstrate that the moon does not rotate on its "internal" axis as it orbits earth. Hold an orange (the moon) with an X marked on it straight out from you in the palm of your hand with the X pointing toward you. Then, while standing in the same spot, rotate your body (earth) in a complete circle to simulate the moon making one orbit of earth. From the perspective of earth, the moon will have made one complete orbit of earth and the same side of the moon will always face earth. And from the perspective of a distant observer, they would see all sides of the moon. Since the observations of the orange from earth, and from a distant point, match what would be observed of our actual moon without having to rotate the orange on its internal axis during its orbit, then the moon does not rotate on its internal axis either. If it did, from the perspective of earth, all sides of the moon would be seen from earth, just as all sides of the orange would be seen if it had been rotated one time on its internal axis during its orbit of earth. Is there anything wrong with this demonstration or the conclusion?