A first-ever uniform, comprehensive catalog of large craters on the moon is providing new clues to the bombardment history that characterized the chaotic early days of the inner solar system. In a paper that appears on the cover of Science, a research team led by Brown University identified and mapped more than 5,000 large craters, established the oldest regions on the moon, and confirmed a theory about past solar system bombardment.
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