According to a new research study, the Moon may be shrinking as it experiences lunar quakes, known as “moonquakes.” Researchers analyzed 28 moonquakes from 1969 to 1977 and came up with the startling observation that eight of the quakes came from “true tectonic activity — the movement of crustal plates,” as opposed to impacts from asteroids or rumblings inside the celestial satellite.
We all remember Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. They were a landmark moment in human history, firmly marking our entry into the cosmos. Read More …
This is your last chance to see a total lunar eclipse until 2021.
The sprouts were unable to survive the bitter cold of the lunar night.