Crater Copernicus viewed from lunar orbit Apollo 12
Capturing the Sun: aluminum panel traps atomic particles from the Sun during the Apollo 11 mission.
Apollo 12 Alan Bean descends the Intrepid's ladder
seismic experiment Apollo 14 Moonquakes occur because of the earth pulling on the moon. They are called “rock tides.”
This is a view of the Lunar Roving Vehicle photographed alone against the desolate lunar background during an Apollo 15 lunar surface extravehicular activity (EVA) at the Hadley-Apennine landing site.
Material on the moon is like our crust and mantle. Very little iron is there. No atmosphere on the moon due to high energy impact. Same oxygen atoms are on the earth and moon that are different from ones found in comets and meteoriods! Collision Theory Evidence !
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