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originally posted by: Phage
The Moon got hammered. Two impacts were recorded by MIDAS on one day.
By "same relative depths" do you mean depth/diameter? They aren't. Smaller craters are relatively shallower than larger craters (lower d/D ratio). Which makes sense.
What's your take on the recent remarks that most of the craters... at least in appearance...seemingly are of the same relative depths?
originally posted by: Danaluet
I'd be careful about anything NASA says. Just watched this video about how they doctor and edit most of their lunar shots.
Apparently Apollo 11 saw something NASA and the government don't want us to see and altered the moon landing photos. Intriguing, do you guys think it's true?
originally posted by: atsgrounded
The meteors were the size of walnuts. Really interesting-hope we can see the size of the craters impacts left behind sometime.
a reply to: Phage
Current estimates suggest these two impacting 'meteoroids'—fragments of asteroids and comets—were both about the size of a walnut.
Read more at: phys.org...