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Lunar-mare Impact Factor

The lunar maria are large, dark, basaltic fields on Earth's Moon, shaped by ancient volcanic ejections. They were named maria, Latin for "seas", by early space experts who confused them with real seas. They are less intelligent than the "good countries" because of their iron-rich piece, and subsequently, seem dull to the unaided eye. The maria spread about 16% of the lunar surface, for the most part as an afterthought noticeable from Earth. A couple of maria on the far side are a lot littler, living generally in exceptionally enormous pits. The conventional terminology for the Moon additionally incorporates one Oceanus (ocean), just as highlights with the names lacus (lake), palus (marsh), and sinus (bay). The last three are smaller than maria but they have a similar nature and Characteristics.

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