The soil of the Moon is called ‘Lunar Regolith’ by scientists, and moon dust by others. It is formed by the impact of a comet or meteorite on the surface of the Moon. Regolith varies in thickness from about three to five metres in the maria, and by about ten to twenty metres in the highlands. It is a rich source of metals and oxygen, which can be mined by man in the future.

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