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Originally posted by Italiano
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Originally posted by Ghaele
The moving rocks on the moon move the same way as those of earth, except for the wind. The ground on the moon must sometimes shake a bit.
Originally posted by Irma
Don't forget that there is little or no erosion on the surface of the moon.
Could it be impact debris from a small asteroid/meteor? Do meteors burn up as they get close to the moon? Could one survive the impact with the surface enough so that it shatters on impact, making a chunk of it roll through the dust?
Originally posted by Zanzibar
Exactly what I thought, could be an ET machine that was drilling in the crater, couldnt find anything more and moved on. We shall never know for sure.