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How does a moon rock look like?
Answer 1:

The rocks from the moon have different shapes and colors. I found a site where you can see a lot of pictures of those rocks.

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Answer 2:

Most of the moon is made of a rock called basalt, which is a type of lava also found on Earth. The Hawaiin Islands are mainly basalt.



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