Moons
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Moons

5.1.9 Test your understanding of the Moon's surface features

Activity 2

For each image try to work out which features the empty labels refer to.

When you’re ready, select ‘Reveal answer’ to see a fully labelled version.

Volcanic features

Figure 10 The Moon’s surface and shallow subsurface.

Choose from these options:

  • old, lava-flooded impact crater
  • lava channel (rille)
  • volcanic domes
  • lava flows
  • linear rille (graben)
  • wrinkle ridge.

Answer

Figure 11

Impact features

Figure 12 The Moon’s surface and shallow subsurface.

Choose from these options:

  • old, lava-flooded impact crater
  • crater chain
  • youthful craters
  • brecciated rocks (formed by meteorite impact before lava flows)
  • impact crater
  • thin layer of regolith
  • impact breccia.

Answer

Figure 13
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