Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Geology Fun Fact - Moonquakes

Geology Fun Fact


Even though the moon is technically “inactive” there is some shaking still going on. The epicenters range from 700 km below the surface to 20km below. And since the moon is so dry, they can keep going from 10 minutes up to several hours to fully stop. It’s like vibrating a tuning fork.

    If you would like to read more, head on over to the NASA webpage

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