A gravity map of the Moon


11 Responses to “A gravity map of the Moon”

  1. jeaguilar says:

    Were there any powerful magnetic anomalies detected?

  2. euansmith says:

    Wow – its the day the Moon turned day-glo, you know?

  3. the moon as a giant jaw breaker!

  4. oasisob1 says:

    “NASA probes that mapped the Moon’s gravitational field before being intentionally crashed on its surface last December.”
    Thereby rendering the newly created maps obsolete.

  5. bill_mcgonigle says:

    What’s the scale?  The image on the NASA site has no legend either.  The gradient could be anywhere from a millionth to a tenth for all we know.

  6. Brent Kirkham says:

    Gravity! “How does that work?”
    That’s not gravity, it’s acne.  Ask any teenager.

  7. Grahamers2002 says:

    My father was a navigator on the earliest nuclear subs.  They had to constantly calibrate their clocks and computers for where there were on the Earth because when you pass near certain mineral deposits in the ocean floor, you experience minor gravity fluctuations that can affect even the way time passes as measured by atomic clocks.

  8. Bruce Miller says:

    No cancer cures up there? Pity.

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