Swirls are a rare lunar surface feature, bright and curvy shapes on the lunar soil. Seen below are a swarm of lunar swirls in the Ingenii crater.
An overview of how the endeavor of running a niche project on lunar science has been so far and the road ahead.
Seen here is the large Aitken crater on the farside of the Moon, hosting a complex array of terrain features.
It’s been more than 4 months since I started Moon Minute Monday (M3) to showcase the geological diversity of our Moon. Here’s a visual of lunar sites I’ve covered till date.