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Originally posted by AlienCarnage
Meteor impact could possibly shift the Moon’s surface material into dunes, which could also cause dust to come up and cause dust clouds. This is just a hypothesis, I am sure others who know more about the moon than my self can tell whether or not that is accurate.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Taymour
I think your Google Earth installation has a problem.
Originally posted by Essan
We can easily tell if there is an atmosphere on the Moon. Just train your telescope on it when it occults a bright star or planet occurs.
Though I believe John Lear thinks there's only an atmosphere on the far side of the Moon .....
Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by Taymour
Yesterday was the 40° Anniversary of the Man on the Moon!
NOW: Can someone explain to me How an enormous extension of dunes is created on the Moon?
Giant Moon Storms