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Moon's surface. Computer artwork of the surface of the Moon, seen in front of a starfield. The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite, orbiting at around 385,000 kilometres. Its surface is covered in craters caused by countless meteorite impacts sustained in the four billion years since its formation.
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