Dying gasps of a tempestuous Moon


By Eugenie Samuel FAR from being a dead lump of rock, the Moon may still be alive. The claim may spark a new interest in missions to the Moon. We believe our Moon formed about 4 billion years ago, when a Mars-sized planet hit the Earth and released debris. Researchers believe any early volcanic activity has long since ceased. But Peter Schultz of Brown University in Rhode Island disagrees. The composition and brightness of Ina, a region 25 kilometres across in the Moon’s northern hemisphere,
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