Yes, it is still on the moon. So are the astronauts footprints.
Because the moon has no atmosphere there is no wind or rain to erode the footprints.
I recall during the moon walks that the footprints were expected to survive for thousands of years; so yes.
The footprints on the moon left by the astronauts will still be there in a few thousand years. They will eventually be covered with new dust from micrometeorites.
Oh yes the footprints left on the moon by the astronauts , will remain there for years or centuries. The reason is that there is no wind on the moon surface. So there is no chance of dust covering those footprints.
The 12 Apollo astronauts have left their footprints on the moon.
there are not footprints on the moon the ground is very solid
yes it can because there are some footprints on the moon left by the astronauts
The footprints of all the astronauts and buggies will remain like tat forever , as there is no wind on the moon to covers wipe them out.
The lack of atmosphere means there is no wind, or rain, etc. to either erode or wash away the footprints. The only way for the footprints to be disturbed would be from an impact event, such as a meteor striking the moon's surface near the prints and disturbing the surface.
Dust. . . a few rocks. Also, the footprints of a few American astronauts.
Terrestrial, we put astronauts on the moon in 1969. It is covered in a thick layer of powdery dust, if you could go up there today you would still see the astronauts footprints because of the lack of wind.