Craters of the Moon
Our closest neighbour Our closest neighbour

The Moon is our nearest neighbour in space, and the only celestial object on which morphological characteristics can be observed with the naked eye. When looking closer at it, we soon discover that the surface of the Moon is full of a variety of structures, dark and light areas, mountains and countless craters.

In this exercise, we will study images of the Moon and we will use them in our attempt to quantify the changes on the Moon’s surface.

Class Report Class Report

 Here the students will write the class report.

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