Japanese researchers confirmed that the depressions in the surface of the Moon can be tunnels left from lava flows, and suggested that astronauts flying to the Earth’s satellite can hide there from harmful solar radiation and sudden temperature changes. According to Eos, scientists from JAXA have studied one of the depressions on the surface of the Moon. It turned out that at a depth of 100 meters there are voids, and they stretch for tens of kilometers. This, according to the researchers, is a sign that in fact the depression is a collapsed exit from the lava tunnel.
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