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The moons surface is covered with regolith. There are 2 main kinds of surface; maria and highlands. There are lots of craters and dust. the moons sky is always black.it h…as no air or water
A type of valley found on the Moon is called a rille. It can be straight, as when caused by collapsed areas between faults, or channel-like, suggesting it formed from lava… tubes.
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Its called a crater, Impact craters are the remains of collisions between an asteroid, comet, or meteorite and the Moon. These objects hit the Moon at a wide range of speeds, …but average about 12 miles per second
Mercury has some similarities. Especially, lots of craters. This is due to its lack of atmosphere. Mercury has some similarities. Especially, lots of craters. This is due to …its lack of atmosphere. Mercury has some similarities. Especially, lots of craters. This is due to its lack of atmosphere. Mercury has some similarities. Especially, lots of craters. This is due to its lack of atmosphere.
Titan seems to have a varied landscape, with mountains, valleys, and plains. It also has evidence of oceans, or lakes, and rivers of liquid methane, methane rain, and is reall…y cold (-290 degrees F). It also seems to have organics in the clouds and surface.
Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto all have rough, icey surfaces. Io has a smoother, rocky surface.
Impressions on the moon are caused by meteors crashing into it, and they're called craters.
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craters from hits by meteors.
because our beaches have sand and the moon feels sandy, and sand DEFINITELY feels sandy!
Moon has a post office. The moon does not. Moon has air. The moon does not. Moon has people, bugs and plants. The moon does not. Also, their geology is completely differen…t. Otherwise, they are somewhat the same.
The term is crater : a typically round or elliptical depression with a raised ring. (The term is also applied on Earth to the caldera of volcanoes.) Particularly large met…eor impacts can create what is called an impact basin, where there can be concentric rings caused by the flow of liquefied rock. The other terms used for impact features are: rays: lines of typically brighter ejected material around a crater impact basin: multiple-ringed structure caused by large impacts melt sheets: flows of rock liquefied by an impact
They are called "craters" and were produced by meteor impacts (the vast majority more than 2 billion years ago).