There is loads of dust. There isn't any wind to blow it around into accumulations and into patterns like we see on sand dunes on earth. Because dust is so fine and evenly spread, it is hard to see in the photos
Most of the surface of the Moon is covered by fine dust created by meteor impacts and by heating of the crustal rocks in the near-vacuum. The lack of water on the Moon prevents this dust from being bound into sedimentary rocks. The depth of the dust does not seem to be very great in any location examined, and averages a few centimeters at most.Regolith
You can find rocks and dust on the moon. That's pretty much it. Some ice does exist at the bottom of certain craters at the south pole of the moon.
Yes. The moon has a surface covered in rocks and dust, which is not good for skateboarding. The low gravity would also make things difficult.
They have lots of moon rock and there would be dust with them.
Rocks, dust, and a thin atmosphere.
rocks,dust, and possibly water
The astronauts collected moon rocks and moon dust.
They brought back moon rocks as well as moon dust.
the moon is not covered in cheese it is naturally rocks dust sand etc
He got down the ladder and walked on the moon , collecting moon rocks and moon dust.
Apollo 12 also collected moon rocks and moon dust as well.
Yes. Ponds and pounds of moon rocks and dust.
They are going to test if life could live on the moon.
There are craters on the surface of the moon