How do craters form?
Asked in Astronomy, Geophysics, Planetary Science
What kind of planet is most likely to have craters?
Asked in Science
What provides the force necessary to form craters on the moon?
Asked in Volcanoes
Can volcanoes form craters calderas and lava plateaus?
Asked in The Moon
Why have very old craters on the moon not be erased as similar craters on earth have been?
Asked in The Moon, Moons and Natural Satellites
Why can THEY still see craters on the moon?
Anyone can see craters on the moon. All you have to do is look at it when it's in the sky. There are billions of craters on the lunar surface with more being added almost daily. There will always be craters on the moon because there is no atmosphere to erode them. The lunar craters only form of erosion is from solar bombardment and being hit by another object.