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Geologic map of the moon. Regions are coloured according to reflectivity and correspond to surface features, such as major impact craters, basins, plains, faults and mountains. It shows how the far side of the moon (upper half) is much more heavily cratered than the near side, where the smoother basin floors of the Mare Imbrium and Mare Frigoris (both coloured red) dominate.Picture: SPL / Barcroft Media
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