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The evolution of the moon in a short animation [Video]
posted April 9 2012 5:44.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Our companion in the universe has taken a lot of punishment, and the scars are visible even today, despite the fact that many of them have been there for like 4.3 billion years ago. Nowadays our moon seems unchanged. Watch this short video from NASA which shows the hard days that the moon went through

[Link: NASA]
Tags: space related   moon   science   history   documentary   animation   3D media   

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