Active Moon? Recent Lunar Surface Phe...

Active Moon? Recent Lunar Surface Phenomena May Signal Some Form Of Volcanism

There are 1 comment on the story from Mar 31, 2013, titled Active Moon? Recent Lunar Surface Phenomena May Signal Some Form Of Volcanism. In it, reports that:

Our moon's nearside may be holding a volcanic card up its sleeve. At least that's the tantalizing lunar takeaway after three years of ground-based surface monitoring in white visible light.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Apr 3, 2013
It appears most likely that the TLP events are similar in origin to the bright fireball & meteorite fall events seen on Earth.

The bright long lasting events in this case being a slow impact or a bigger then usual lander with a resulting crater floor flow & evaporation of hot compressed rock.

Sad news is that the lunar seismoscope/geophone planted by the Apollo moonshots is no longer operational as a small impact would result in a spectacular ringing signal.

Have a nice day: Ag

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