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Want to know the processes that shape the planetary surfaces ? Say YES!!! (Please :P) There are four major geological processes that can explain the geological surface features but I will only focus on one of them which is IMPACT CRATERING. Impact creating is the creation of bowl-shaped impact craters mainly caused by leftover planetesimals from … Continue reading The Big CUPContinue reading → Continue reading
One topic in our readings that I found to be particularly interesting was the period known as “Heavy Bombardment” that took place in our solar system hundreds of millions of years ago. This simulation provides an excellent example of the … Continue reading → Continue reading → Continue reading