Sam Wormley <swormley1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
> An old Apollo experiment is telling researchers
> something new and surprising about the moon.
> December 7, 2005: Every lunar morning, when the sun first peeks over
> the dusty soil of the moon after two weeks of frigid lunar night, a
> strange storm stirs the surface.
> The next time you see the moon, trace your finger along the
> terminator, the dividing line between lunar night and day. That's
> where the storm is. It's a long and skinny dust storm, stretching all
> the way from the north pole to the south pole, swirling across the
> surface, following the terminator as sunrise ceaselessly sweeps around
> the moon.
So I wonder if those footprints have filled in and disappeared yet...