What Is the Composition of the Moon?

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The composition of the moon include many minerals such as magnesium and silicon. Hydrogen and Helium also compose the moon. Basalt rocks also compose the moon.
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The surface of the Moon is made of mostly basalt rock. It also contains oxygen, silicon, magnesium, iron, calcium and aluminum.
The composition of the moon is 21% silicon, 13% iron, 8% calcium, 7% aluminum, 6% magnesium, 42% oxygen and 3% is unknown. These numbers are based on samples of moon rock and soil.
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The Moon has no atmosphere to speak of.
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The moon is composed of Aluminum, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron, Silicon, Oxygen, and
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First of all, the moon's atmosphere is less than one hundred trillionth (10^14) of Earth's atmospheric density. So we're really talking about a few stray atoms, not really an atmosphere
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The moon has exactly the same oxygen isotope composition as the Earth. All oxygen isotope compositions plot within ±0.016 per mil (2 standard deviations) on a single mass-dependent
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