Jeremiah - Surface of the Moon flac album
Title: Surface of the Moon
Style: Techno, Tech House
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The face of the moon (the side we always see) shows a battered surface that colliding asteroids and comets can produce on a planetary body. The impact craters on its surface are so large they can easily be seen from your own backyard. These craters are also a testament to the bombardment that our own planet, Earth, has suffered. The Earth-Moon system occupies the same part of our solar system, so the Earth was the target of the same swarm of colliding debris that hit the Moon. On Earth, however, we have other geologic processes that constantly destroy clues about this impact history.
Published: October 3, 2017. From lunar orbit, astronauts pointed cameras out the window of their spacecraft to capture photos of the moon's surface. The closest look we’ve had at the moon came from the launch of NASA’s Apollo program in the 1960s. Between 1967 and 1972, a series of missions landed the first men on the moon. Equipped with handheld cameras, Apollo astronauts documented their journey, capturing photos of the moon and its rocky terrain through surveys conducted from lunar orbit and on the ground. The collection of moon exploration.
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The far side of the Moon is the hemisphere of the Moon that always faces away from Earth. The far side's terrain is rugged with a multitude of impact craters and relatively few flat lunar maria. It has one of the largest craters in the Solar System, the South Pole–Aitken basin. Both sides of the Moon experience two weeks of sunlight followed by two weeks of night; the far side is sometimes called the "dark side of the Moon", meaning unseen rather than lacking light.
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The geology of the Moon (sometimes called selenology, although the latter term can refer more generally to "lunar science") is quite different from that of Earth.
Surface activity on the Earth - that is, volcanoes, earthquakes, and the slow motions of its crust called continental drift - eventually masks even the largest impact craters over periods of millions to hundreds of millions of years. The floors of the great basins on the side of the Moon that faces the Earth are covered by vast expanses of darker-colored rock. These great plains are relatively smooth and have fewer large craters than other regions of the Moon. They are called lowlands or (more commonly) maria, the plural of the Latin word mare (meaning ocean or sea), because Galileo and other early telescope users thought they resembled large smooth areas of water.
The absence of liquid water on its surface has allowed the Moon to preserve much of its ancient geological features. Here on Earth, erosion can alter and cover formations over time. Plate tectonics, which is also absent on the Moon, is another big factor that makes the terrain of the two celestial bodies different. Here on Earth, plate tectonics cause volcanic activities, earthquakes, and sea floor spreading. This characteristic is used by scientists to determine the relative ages of impact craters. Other prominent geological features found on the surface of the Moon include maria, rilles, domes, wrinkle ridges, and grabens. The maria, which comprise about one-third of the Moon’s near side, are made up of flows of basaltic lava formed from volcanic activities that occurred in the younger years of the Moon. They were once mistaken for seas on the surface of the Moon, hence the name