The most striking effect of the asteroid impact on the moon’s surface will be that it will change the landscape.
NASA is hoping that its plans to capture and study meteorites, asteroids and comets will lead to new discoveries of minerals that may not have been discovered before.
But the impact also has implications for our view of the Earth.
As it was about to plunge into the lunar surface, the asteroid’s orbit changed.
The asteroid moved from a close approach to the moon, called an occultation, towards a much closer orbit, called a perigee, and to a much lower orbit.
At this point, it will have an impact velocity of about 1,600km per second.
That means the impact could produce a large impact crater that could cover the entire surface of the moon.
This is important because meteorites are often found to be more valuable than the asteroid itself.
If the asteroid hits the moon before it is all over, the impact would release the fragments as a meteorite, which would be more likely to break up than the meteorite itself.
The impact could also produce a small impact crater, which is a smaller fragment of an asteroid that is not part of the meteoritic impact.
“If you go to the Apollo program, you can see that the Apollo astronauts would be very impressed with the fact that the first one to land on the Moon, Buzz Aldrin, had a crater on his moonbase,” said Steve Brusatte, who worked on the Apollo missions.
“We want to make sure that that crater doesn’t turn into a meteoroid.”
In the past, the moon has had a fairly smooth surface, but the impact caused the surface to break down, resulting in some very craters.
As the moon was falling in its orbit, it was very close to the surface, and so there was no impact crater.
This resulted in a surface that was not perfectly flat.
The result of the impact is that the moon now has a very large amount of water.
This water is also rich in metals, and as a result it is thought that the water will eventually flow into the sea.
However, it is not certain that the impact will result in a water lake.
The water may be in the form of salt.
If it is salty, it could affect the structure of the lunar crust, which could result in fractures.
As a result, the crater would have an extremely high chance of being filled with water.
Another impact is possible The impact of a meteor is one of the main reasons why meteorites were discovered in the first place.
Scientists estimate that about 50 per cent of all asteroids in the solar system come from the impact of an object with a mass less than the Earth, or a space rock that hit the moon in the past.
The other 50 per