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Moon: May 2020



New research published today in the journal Nature Astronomy reveals a type of destructive event most often associated with disaster movies and dinosaur extinction may have also contributed to the formation of the Moon's surface.


Researchers have discovered a system of ridges spread across the nearside of the Moon topped with freshly exposed boulders.


From human waste to superplasticiser, astronaut urine could become a useful resource for making a robust type of concrete on the Moon.