I just realized there’s another oddity about the moon aside from many other oddities documented about it. The depth of pretty much all the craters are all the same. Not only on “our” moon, but those of other planets in our system.
You would think that with the random shapes, densities, speeds, and sizes of all the objects that ever hit the moon, they would have similarly random depth in the craters they made on the moon’s surface. But no, they don’t.
All of the larger ones get to a certain depth and they go no further in depth.
The accompanying picture shows what must have been a fantastic meteorite strike. But it went no further than the same depth of all the other craters across the moon.
Isn’t that odd? Hmmmm….