Craters form when an asteroid or meteor collides with the planet or moon. or When a volcano forms.
craters form when a metorite strikes earth then resulting in a dent in the earths crust
None. Saturn does not have a solid surface in which craters might form.
No. Uranus does not have a solid surface fro craters to form on.
Craters form as a result of an impact or explosion on a solid surface which displaces material.
No. Saturn is a gas planet with no solid surface. Craters cannot form there.
meteors hit them
That is the correct spelling of craters (plural noun - holes, or verb, to form holes or dents).
No. Jupiter is a gas planet. It lacks a solid surface on which craters or volcanoes might form.
Since the moon doesn't have an atmosphere, meteorites are able to hit the moon and this forms the craters.
by asteroids that hit the moon
Impacts from objects in space.
Only a rocky planet can have craters, because otherwise there is not a surface for a crater to form. For example Jupiter, a gaseous planet, cannot have craters.
The craters on Mercury were formed by the impacts of asteroids and comets, which have been hitting Mercury since it formed.
Inertia provides the force necessary to form craters on the moon. This inertia was caused by comets, meteors and asteroids that hit the surface.
yes they can also form rainbows
craters are formed by meteorites falling from outer space it can also have been formed by early volcanic activity.
due to the striking of the meteors on moon
by micro meteoroids hitting the moon
Unlike Earth, the moon does not have air, water, glaciers, or plate tectonics to erase craters. The only forces that significantly alter the moon's surfaces are impacts that form new craters.
Saturn does not have craters, as there is no solid surface for them to form on. Saturn has storms that somewhat resemble hurricanes, but are not quite the same thing.