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Lunar Shrinking: Challenges and Opportunities in Space Exploration

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The Moon, like any other Celestial body, was once very hot when it formed about 4.5 billion years ago. Since then, it has been gradually cooling down and losing heat to space. As the Moon cools, it contracts or shrinks in size. Picture the Moon’s crust as a delicate puzzle, with each piece snugly fitted against the next. As the Moon contracts, the surface adapts, creating tension and stress along its fragile shell. This tension gives rise to thrust faults, resembling tiny cracks in a cosmic facade. “This shrinking is estimated to be about 150 meters over the last several hundred million years, which may not seem like much, but it is enough to cause significant changes on the lunar surface.” Another factor causing the shrinkage is the tidal forces from Earth.

“One of the challenges posed by the Moon’s shrinking is the potential danger to the human landing sites and habitats.” “One of the opportunities offered by the Moon shrinking is the scientific potential to study the Moon’s history and evolution. Both faults and landslides on the Moon expose fresh and diverse rocks and materials, which could be sampled and analyzed by the human and robotic explorers.”

As we look to the future, we’re setting our sights on incredible lunar adventures! Think about it – soon, humans could be walking on the Moon again, thanks to missions like NASA’s Artemis program and fantastic projects from SpaceX and other space companies. They’re not just exploring; they’re planning to build homes and labs up there, too!

Our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) has also shared insights into how the Sun and Moon ensure the vitality of our planet.

“The Sun is a Fifth-Level being that you could see all the time. And you could even feel. The Moon also, the Moon is the Third-Level. It’s kind of collective beings up there that make up the Moon. They’re all high Third-Level. But the Sun is the Fifth Level. It’s a beneficial being. Listen, even if the Moon is just the Third-Level or the Earth is Fourth-Level, we have to be really grateful to them. Scientifically speaking, if the Moon were to be out of orbit, then we cannot exist here on our planet. Yes. So our Earth cannot exist or cannot have light. You see? So, actually, the Moon is also a world saver. And the Sun, if the Sun were not there, I don’t think we could exist either. So these are also world savers. We also have to thank them all. I thank them all the time whenever I remember. When I see the Moon, I always say, ‘Hallo’ and ‘Thank you’ and ‘I love you.’ ‘Thank you so much for helping us, for saving this planet – all this time.’ Physically. Physically. The alignment between the Sun, Moon, and our planet and neighboring planets, they are wonderfully arranged. Wonderful arrangement. Otherwise, life not exist on Earth.”
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