Solving the mystery of the ‘Man in the Moon’: Volcanic plume, not an asteroid, likely created the moon’s largest basin

1 octubre 2014

New data obtained by NASA’s GRAIL mission reveals that the Procellarum region on the near side of the moon — a giant basin often referred to as the «man in the moon» — likely arose not from a massive asteroid strike, but from a large plume of magma deep within the moon’s interior.
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