Our footprints on the moon are almost immortal

Due to the lack of atmosphere, water, and plates like the Earth’s crust, craters on the moon could remain unchanged for billions of years, meaning you can still see craters that are up to two billion years old.

The large dark region we see, or the lower region of the moon, we call the ocean. The Moon has been about the same face for billions of years.

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