posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 02:40 PM
reply to post by The Cusp
"The possibility of impacts of large meteorites on the thin crust of the early moon accounting for the formation of the hexagonal lunar craters is
discussed. Solidified basalts comprising a lunar crust of thickness 10 to 50 km characteristic of the earliest stage in lunar evolution are shown to
have a large-scale hexagonal pillar structure, due to the effects of shrinkage. Results of experimental simulations of the propagation in this
hexagonal pillar structure of the shock wave generated by the impact of a meteorite of diameter 10 km and mass 10 to the 15th kg on the lunar crust
are then presented which demonstrate the pushing away from a central circular shock of pillars resting on a low-friction surface in a hexagonal
NASA ~ NeverAStraightAnswer
If the above is true, show us film of the hex crater creation.
If these hex craters are not natural and NASA knows it, then it would be easier to make up mumbo jumbo like the above to explain them away than to
have to airbrush hundreds of photos. After lying to us with the litter box photo of the Face I do not put anything past them.