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Earth's moon

ch 1 lesson 6 -Sheehan

How are the size and mass of the moon different from that of Earth? The moon has less mass and much bigger variations because of no atmosphere
Which are maria? How are they forms? Maria are dark, flat areas. They are hardened rocks formed from lava flow 3-4 billion years ago
What are moon craters? How were they formed? Craters are large round pits caused by the impact of meteoroids
The collision ring theory seems to best describe how... the moon was formed
At the moon's equator, daytime and night time temperatures range from ... 130c to -170c
The moon is _________, airless, and has an irregular surface dry
Compared to Earth, the moon has __________ variations in its surface large
Maria has relatively _____________ craters few
The highlands cover ______of the moon's surface most
The moon has no liquid______________ water
Created by: linda.dillon