Our young moon’s supersonic winds made waves in its magma ocean
The heat from Earth would have made one side of the young moon exceedingly hotNASABy Leah CraneUnder a thin atmosphere made mostly of sodium, supersonic winds roil a magma ocean. No, this isn’t some strange, distant exoplanet – it’s our moon about 4.5 billion years ago, according to a new mathematical model of the moon’s extreme past. “The moon’s early...
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