A Violent Splash of Magma That May Have Made the Moon - The New York Times

A Violent Splash of Magma That May Have Made the Moon - The New York Times

Attempting to solve this paradox, some models have opted for more high-energy impacts, according to Bill Bottke, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Co., who was not involved with the current study. These models excavate more… [Read More]

Published @ May 1, 2019

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A Violent Splash of Magma That May Have Made the Moon - The New York Times

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