Earth and moon two are act as a two magnets., Physics

Earth and Moon two are act as a two magnets. and when they rotating the flux changes . then the current produces or not . if not what is the reason?

Ans) E.M.F is induced only when flux associated with the area of a conducting loop changes. In this case no Conducting loop is defined. So there is no conducting loop. Also moon doesn''t have global dipolar magnetic field as of earth.  

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