Watch The Moon Age 4.5 Billion Years In Under 3 Minutes [Video]
The moon may seem barren and boring, but each of those craters has a story, the story of an awesome space collision. Over its 4.5 billion year life, the moon has had an awful lot of those, turning it into the pockmarked celestial body we know and love today. Fortunately for you NASA’s Goddard Multimedia team has comprised this lovely little video that gives you the quick version. At a quick but impressive 2:42, it’s definitely worth a watch and sure beats staring at the sky, slack-jawed, for 4.5 billion years.
- There’s some wiggle room when it comes to the moon’s actual age
- The moon has some titanium deposits
- And more water than we previously thought
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