What Is the Moon Made out of?

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The moon is made up of rock with a core, a mantle that is partially molten and a crust with craters which were created by meteorites hits. The moon also has a soil known as regolith which is made up of fragmented rock and dust. The moon is currently the only extraterrestrial body that humans have ever visited.
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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 moon is made up of the crust, the mantle and the core. The crust of the Moon is predominantly made up of anorthositic rocks. It contains oxygen, silicon, iron, magnesium, calcium and aluminum. Its thickness is estimated to be approximately, 50 km from the surface. Other than these elements, the Moon's crust also features traces of hydrogen, potassium, titanium, uranium and thorium. As we go deeper, we come across the mantle of the Moon. This layer is made up of minerals such as, olivine and orthopyroxene.
The moon is made of rock which consists of basalt from volcanic eruptions. It also consists of grained particles like sand and dust. The moon also consists of hydrogen, helium, neon, carbon and nitrogen.
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