Research Papers in Physics and Astronomy

 

Date of this Version

July 1969

Comments

Published in Nature, Vol. 223, no. 5203 (July 19, 1969), pp. 259-263. Copyright © 1969 Nature Publishing Group. Used by permission. Submitted February 17, 1969; revised April 17,1969.

Abstract

The existence of local annular and radial structures in the environment of lunar craters, and of a global selenographic tectonic pattern, is ascribed in part to standing “moonquakes” established after impact or eruption.

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