The moon may be made of magma that once covered Earth’s entire surface

The moon and Earth are remarkably similar NASA/Bill Anders By Leah Crane The moon may be made of magma, according to a new idea about how Earth’s cosmic companion formed. The leading hypothesis for the birth of the moon is that a Mars-sized object called …

The moon and Earth are remarkably similar
NASA/Bill Anders
By Leah Crane
The moon may be made of magma, according to a new idea about how Earth’s cosmic companion formed.
The leading hypothesis for the birth of the moon is that a Mars-sized object called …
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