John Seach, Volcano Live

 Volcanoes on the Moon - John Seach

Lunar volcanoes are mostly small domes with low relief. They are a few hundred metres high and a few kilomoters across.
These small sizes resulted from very fluid lava which travelled long distances and didn't heap up at the eruption source.
The moon has not been volcanically active for the last 3 billion years. Lunar volcanic rocks differ from earth's because they are
totally devoid of water.

Lava Flows
Sinuous Rilles
Mare Domes
Cinder Cones
Pyroclastic Deposits and
Dark Haloed Craters

Volcanoes of the moon
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