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Why the Moon is such a cratered place

imageLook at the circular patterns on the Moon's surface, as seen from Earth.Flickr/Bob Familiar, CC BY

Look up on a clear night and you can see some circular formations on the face of our lunar neighbour. These are impact craters, circular depressions found on planetary surfaces.

About a century ago, they were suspected to exist on Earth but the cosmic...

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