Footprints Forever

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Because the Moon has no atmosphere, it also means there is no wind to erode the surface and no water to wash the footprints away. Leaving the Apollo 11 astronauts footprints, along with the spacecraft prints, rover prints, and any material left behind for more than 100 million years.

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