Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Space

Under a lunar crater unknown substance is revealed


Experts consider that it can be "a huge piece of metal" from an asteroid, or dense oxides. At the University Baylor in Texas scientists found under the biggest crater on the Moon abnormal substance. Phys.org reports about it. Experts found huge deposits of dense substance under one of craters on the satellite of Earth which width is 2000 km. They assume that it can be metal deposits from the asteroid crashing into the Moon. The ancient space body could crash into the surface of the Moon and its part remained under a crater. Researchers by means of computer simulation counted that metals from a kernel of an asteroid dissipated in the top layer of a cloak of the Moon. The size dense "is five times more, than the island of Hawaii". Also experts consider that under a crater there can be dense oxides which hardened for billions of years. It was the day before reported that the large asteroid approaches Earth. Also it was reported that in NASA sounded the price for space tourists in a month at the ISS. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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