Did you Know? On the moon, there were previously active volcanoes.
The moon used to be a hotspot of volcanic activity. As molten lava from the volcanoes solidified billions of years ago on the lunar surface, it contributed to the formation of distinct craters. NASA stated in 2014 that an Arizona State University team detected "irregular patches" on the moon caused by volcanic eruptions as recently as 50 million years ago. Fortunately, the moon's volcanoes have been dormant since then, so we won't be seeing any eruptions anytime soon.
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