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NASA Video of the Far Side of the Moon --"Site of the Largest Known Impact Crater in the Solar System"

The far side of the moon, known as the lunar far-side highlands, may be the solid remains of a collision with a smaller companion moon, according to a study by planetary scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The...
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