A 8.2 MA AGE FOR THE LUNAR CRATER GIORDANO BRUNO? J. Fritz Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz Institut an der Hum-

@inproceedings{Bruno2010A8M,
  title={A 8.2 MA AGE FOR THE LUNAR CRATER GIORDANO BRUNO? J. Fritz Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz Institut an der Hum-},
  author={Giordano Bruno and J Fritz},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction: The 22 km ∅ crater “Giordano Bruno” is the youngest lunar crater of its size or larger [1]. The crater is located at 36N / 103E in the Th-poor lunar highlands and has a prominent ejecta ray system. According to urban ledgend formation of the Giordano Bruno crater was observed by medieval monks on June 18, 1178 A.D [2]. However, formation of a 22 km sized crater on the Moon would have resulted in an intense storm of lunar meteorites onto Earth [3]. An intense meteor shower is not… CONTINUE READING

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