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lifeofatwin

  • 2 years ago

how the surface of the moon would be different today if meteorites had continued to hit it at the same rate as they did 3 billion years ago

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    If meteorites had continued to hit the moon at the same rate as they did three billion years ago there would be no moon, or a very little one if there was with plenty of craters.

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