Lunar Highlands?

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Lunar highlands are features on the moon that appear to be bright when viewed from the earth, but are actually rough and heavily cratered. The rocks on the lunar highlands have a chemical enrichment of calcium and aluminium. They are also quite rich in the feldspar mineral.
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