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In the event that we want to dig into the surface of either face of the moon do we know yet if the surfaces of the moon are particularly difficult or particularly easy to dig in?

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    $\begingroup$ Rather than flooding this site with closely-related questions (and in the examples so far, very easily researched), please take the time to do a little background reading. $\endgroup$ – Carl Witthoft Apr 17 at 17:05
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    $\begingroup$ Hi Ruminator you can probably ignore the critical comment above. There's nothing wrong with asking three questions (or thirty!) on a given topic as long as they are distinctly different, as your well-written questions certainly are! I think your questions are all on-topic here in Astronomy SE, but you might want to consider looking at Space Exploration SE as well. I think you'll find more interest and more answers there. $\endgroup$ – uhoh Apr 20 at 22:25
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    $\begingroup$ For example, in my answer to Do we know the fluctuations and constant temperature depth of the moon? my answer draws (quite!) heavily from an answer in Space Exploration SE. But from my perspective this answer is still perfectly on-topic here.There are (at least) a few areas that are on-topic in both sites, and in that case I choose the site where (experience suggests) there will be the more likely chance of an answer from the perspective that I'm interested in. Good luck and Welcome to Stack Exchange! $\endgroup$ – uhoh Apr 20 at 22:27
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    $\begingroup$ I certainly appreciate your answers AND your encouragement. Creativity is a delicate flower. $\endgroup$ – Ruminator Apr 20 at 22:39

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