A young multilayered terrane of the northern Mare Imbrium revealed by Chang’E-3 mission

@article{Xiao2015AYM,
  title={A young multilayered terrane of the northern Mare Imbrium revealed by Chang’E-3 mission},
  author={Long Xiao and P. Zhu and G. Fang and Zhiyong Xiao and Yongliao Zou and J. Zhao and N. Zhao and Yuefeng Yuan and L. Qiao and Xiaoping Zhang and H. Zhang and J. Wang and J. Huang and Qian Huang and Qi He and B. Zhou and Y. Ji and Qunying Zhang and S. Shen and Yuxi Li and Y. Gao},
  journal={Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={347},
  pages={1226 - 1229}
}
Onsite radar shows what lies beneath In more active periods of the Moon's history, volcanic eruptions created lava plains that formed layers of dark basalt. Without subsurface probing, we can only examine the most recent flows. After the soft landing of the Chang'E-3 spacecraft, Xiao et al. made penetrating radar measurements of the lunar crust with the Yutu rover. Several subsurface layers suggest multiple geologic processes at play throughout the crustal history, including multiple lava flows… Expand
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