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Finding your way around the Moon
The first step in this activity is to change the view in Google Earth, to the Moon.
Three impact craters around the landing site of the Apollo 11 mission
were named after the crew members - Armstrong, Collins and Aldrin.
Using the 'Fly To' search box and the information below, find the
following lunar impact craters and fill out the results table.
Who's the oldest?
We are now going to compare the numbers of craters at different
locations on the Moon to help us draw conclusions on the age of the
rocks on the Moon.
You are now looking at part of the lunar highlands region.
Look at the Clavius crater (just to the left).
Now fly to the Sea of Tranquility.