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Moon is 10% iron, Earth is 35% iron.
However, the characteristics of the lunar mantle, especially in terms of its composition, structure and stratification, remain uncertain and poorly documented.
The authors report the detection of materials in the vicinity of the Chang’e-4 landing site that differ markedly from most samples obtained from the Moon’s surface. In particular, the materials contain mafic components that seem to be dominated by a mixture of olivine and low-calcium pyroxene.
There are strange things all over that place that to me defies all logic.
originally posted by: SeaWorthy
originally posted by: 0bserver1
a reply to: Lazarus Short
hahahaha... sorry for being a video rookie most of the information I already posted in clear text.
Maybe playing is on 2/3 of the speed could help you a bit?
I would not be shocked to find out half the moons are ships.
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Phage
We don't know 100%, but we have data that supports it. What we do know is that the moon is significantly less dense than Earth.