By Jonathan O’Callaghan
At the south pole of the moon is a giant crater called the South Pole-Aitken Basin, about 2500 kilometres across. It is thought to have been created by a large asteroid striking the moon 4 billion years ago and is among the largest craters in the solar system. Now researchers say the remains of that asteroid may have been found under the lunar surface.
Using gravity data from NASA’s GRAIL spacecraft, which orbited the Moon from 2011 to 2012, Peter James at Baylor …
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