The Moon Re-examined
Recent geochemical and geophysical data from the Moon enable a revision of earlier interpretations regarding lunar origin, structure and bulk composition. Earth and Moon show many similarities among their isotopic compositions, but they have evolved in totally dissimilar ways, probably related to the deficiency of water in the Moon as well as the vast differences in size and internal pressure. Although some global geochemical trends such as volatile depletion based on K/U ratios have been...[Show more]
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