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The International Space station transits the “Blue moon” in late June 2015. Dylan O'Donnell

The moon is still geologically active, study suggests

New analysis of data from the Apollo era shows that moonquakes occur close to visible faults, which may matter when setting up a moon base.
Local residents Chris and Viv Young look at damage caused by the earthquake, along State Highway One near Ward on New Zealand’s South Island. ReutersAnthony Phelps

What happened in New Zealand’s magnitude 7.5 earthquake

Early analysis of the New Zealand earthquake shows it may be a complex event, involving several faults on the South Island.

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