Recent phenomena on the surface of the Moon shows that the Moon is still active
The opinion until now was the Moon is a dead planet, completely devoid of any kind of activity. However observations done from New York and Chile have shown that some volcanic activity may be on the Moon.
According to astrophysicist Arlin Crotts, the optical lunar monitors she is responsible for, have taken many thousands of visible light images of the moon at intervals of 20 seconds. And this has revealed that sequences of images for more than 1 minute have shown a brightening that could indicate volcanic activity. Crotts describes them as bright flashes with reddish and bluish hues sometimes creating a fog like ball.
The irony is that for the past 450 years amateur and professional astronomers have noticed Lunar Transient Phenomena (LTP) and reported them, however this is the first time that a comprehensive scientific attempt has been made to verify those phenomena.
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