Signs of an Active Moon

National Air and Space Museum scientist Tom Watters explains his recent finding that the moon has been shrinking—and may still be seismically active. The evidence is in cracks photographed at high resolution by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Video: National Air and Space Museum (3:28)

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