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    History of the Moon

    Posted by ChevScience on March 30, 2012

    The man in the moon might not change from month to month, but the lunar surface didn’t always look this way.

    A new NASA video depicts the fiery history of the moon, showing how the familiar shapes we see each night were actually caused by barrages of asteroids and blazing flows of magma.

    Learn more here.

     

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