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Mysterious Moonquakes: A Fresh Look At Apollo-era Tremors

People have long assumed that the moon is geologically dead. After all, our natural satellite lacks the internal heat needed for tectonic activity. Right? But new analysis of data recorded by seismometers during the Apollo era is shedding light on unexplained moon tremors and their origins. Could the quakes recorded decades ago be attributed to temperature extremes? Or gravitational forces? Or is there more heat in the middle of the moon than we ever thought possible?

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