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Scientists Discover Massive Anomaly Under The Surface Of The Moon

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Scientists Discover Massive Anomaly Under The Surface Of The Moon

Scientists Discover Massive Anomaly Under The Surface Of The Moon

According to a report by Mother Nature Network, scientists have discovered a massive anomaly under the surface of the moon, and its big enough to have a significant impact on the moon's gravitational field.

The 'large excess of mass,' roughly five times the size of Hawaii's Big Island, lies in the heart of the South Pole-Aitken Basin and is approximately 1,600 miles wide.

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