Model shows that multiple impacts could have produced our Moon
European Southern Observatory (ESO) reader comments Share this story A new paper in the journal Nature challenges the leading explanation for the Moon’s formation. The predominant idea is that the Moon was created after a planetary body roughly the size of Mars collided with the early Earth. The debris it sent up later coalesced into the Moon. But researchers...
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