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"The Missing Apollo Footprints" --Our Moon's Surface --A Landscape of Constant Renewal

In some 80,000 years (or next month or two years ago), footprints and tracks of the Apollo Mission astronauts will have been completely erased. The Moon's surface is being "gardened" -- churned by small impacts -- more than 100 time...
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