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originally posted by: Dae
Oh I hope they land somewhere near the really bright spot on the below map. It maps (on the far side) the deflection ratio of the incoming solar wind, something is there causing it!
For swirls, the idea is that the magnetic field embedded in the rocks, weak as it might be, could still be strong enough to affect the incoming wind. If the field is aligned the right way, then the wind is deflected from one spot to another. The protected area stays bright while the impacted spot darkens.
originally posted by: Heisenburg
Do you think they'll publicly announce it when they come across the ancient moon bases?
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: bluemooone2
It's on the dark side of the Moon. Night time. No light.
Then they won't have to go into a room to develop their film.