General Discussion The Man in the Moon Was Probably Made By a Magma Plume

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The Man in the Moon Was Probably Made By a Magma Plume

It's a trick you learned as kid. Look at the moon until your brain tricks you into seeing a combination of moon features as a face, the "Man in the Moon." You probably never thought about why it was there, but the prevailing theory has been that it's the result of a an asteroid strike.

But scientists have recently discovered that the "Man in the Moon," actually an area known as Procellarum region that's 1,800 miles wide, was probably not created by an impact, but instead by a huge plume of...
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