Reports

Surface Material of the Moon

Science  12 Apr 1963:
Vol. 140, Issue 3563, pp. 188-190
DOI: 10.1126/science.140.3563.188

Abstract

A skeletal fuzz that consists mostly of open space probably covers the moon to a depth of several millimeters or centimeters. The solid part of the fuzz probably consists of randomly oriented linear units, with or without enlarged nodes, which either anastomose in a mesh or are branching.

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