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Moon's Blotchy Near Side Has Bigger Craters Than Expected - Universe Today
The familiar blotches that make up “the man in the moon”, from the vantage point of Earth, happened because the moon’s crust is thinner on the near side than the far side to our planet, new research reveals. The twin GRAIL spacecraft provided the most accurate sizes yet of lunar impact craters on the moon, … Continue reading "Moon’s Blotchy Near Side Has Bigger Craters Than Expected"