Abstract

The major features of the Moon (marcs, highlands, craters, fractures) are briefly reviewed to encourage geologists to participate in the solution of lunar problems—problems involving the interpretation of varied land forms, the rock types and their distribution, potential ore deposits, and lunar tectonics. Special attention is given the fracture systems, the origin of the lava filling many closed craters, and the origin of the central peak complexes.

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