Why is moon shrinking?

Hourlong lunar earthquakes are caused by the moon's surface faults and reducing circumference.

No longer merely a passing phase, our moon is a dynamic and ever-changing companion.

Future lunar expeditions may encounter difficulties as a result of the moon's slow shrinkage, which has caused its surface to wrinkle up like a dried fruit.

The moon's circumference has decreased by roughly 150 feet over the last few million years as a result of cooling.

Just picture your favourite snack getting a little smaller; that's what our lunar friend is going through.

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