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March 11 2014
The moon is full of craters both large and small, but typically they come in only one shape: round. So why are scientists spotting square craters on the moon?
The folks over at NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera explained just what's behind the phenomenon. Typically, when an object collides with the moon, the shock wave from that collision is distributed equally around it in a round pattern.
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