Peering beneath the surface of the moon

Ernest Wright, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio

Forget about the dark side of the moon—what lies beneath its surface? Clues to mysterious impact crater rings, according to this subsurface map obtained from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory mission. The data could provide insight into other comet and asteroid strikes across the solar system.

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