because there is no atmosphere which means no wind so there footprints cant be blown away.
Around 12 astronauts have worked on the moon.
Footprints in the moons surface (so in the dust lying on the moon) will never go away because there is no wind on the moon to blow new dust over the footprints.
"all the planets and there moons" I think he means on what planets surface we send robots.
No. Saturn is a gas planet. It does not have a solid surface to land on. The most we can hope for is that astronauts might some day land on one of Saturn's moons.
the holes in the moons surface are where astroids hit the moons surface
The moons equivalent of the outer hebradies
Astronauts have travelled to lots of places in space like Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin went to the moon and other astronauts have gone to lots of other moons like some of Saturn's moons also astronauts have been to the international space station.
The moon has no atmosphere therefore meteoroids do not burnt or fragment, prior to hitting the moons surface. On Earth meteor craters quickly become disguised as weather erosion and foliage camouflage the site of impact. The lack of atmosphere on the moon means that once the impact crater has been made the evidence of it never disappears over time. Recently the use of powerful telescopes has shown that the tracks of the lunar lander and even the footprints of astronauts from the 1970's are still visible on the moons surface.
Because of the moons gravitational force.
You would not be able to see the moons from the surface; Jupiter's atmosphere is too thick.
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 has no air or water
In 7,000 years
the invention helps people see the crators and the maria on the moons surface
No, Pluto does not have water on its surface. It does not have water on its moons .
Yes it is similar to the moons surface
they damage it
rocks and dust
It reflects from the surface of Jupiter and its moons.
saturn has 62 moons as of 2011 53 of them were named the other nine remain unnamed