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The National Air and Space Museum announces new images show recent geologic activity on the moon

WASHINGTON, DC.- New images from NASA?s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft show that the moon?s crust is being slightly stretched, forming small valleys?at least in some small areas. High-resolution images obtained by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera provide evidence that these valleys are very young, suggesting the moon has experienced relatively recent geologic activity.
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