Lunar Craters: Right here is Why the Moon’s Ground is Filled With Big Affect Areas

Lunar Craters: Right here is Why the Moon’s Ground is Filled With Big Affect Areas

The 5.7 km-long Wallach crater on the moon surface. (Photo: NASA/Arizona State University) Turns out, the moon’s craters are billions of years old, formed as a result of massive meteorite impacts. News18.com Last Updated: May 14, 2020, 1:51 PM IST Share this: Ever wondered why the moon’s surface is speckled with so many craters? What…

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