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Ancient collisions with asteroids actually moved the moon's north-south poke about 186 miles, scientists reveal in a new study

The north and south poles of the asteroid hitting the moon moved about 186 miles in 4.25 billion years

An ancient collision with an asteroid actually moved the moon’s north-south poke about 186 miles, scientists have revealed in a new study. A team at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland used computer simulations to “erase” thousands of craters from the moon’s surface — as if they had traveled back in time to 4.25 …

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