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The main features of lunar geology are now fairly well known, perhaps better known than some aspects of terrestrial geology. This is not surprising—the Moon’s main internal activity stopped billions of years ago, unlike the Earth’s. This article focuses on the geology of a single area of the Moon, the Imbrium Basin, and shows how geologists have combined basic geologic principles with evidence collected by the Apollo missions to learn more about the history of the Moon as a whole.
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