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Astrochemistry

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Why do footprints last extra long on the surface of the Moon?

On the Moon, there is no (or extremely little) wind, so the dust will not tend to blow over and fill in your footprints like it does at the beach on Earth. So the footprints left by the earliest humans to visit the Moon should still be there today.



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