This is not an answer, just a comment
The Moon doesn't necessarily rise and set every day. Your results are a little suspicious, but not necessarily wrong. I read:
Rise @ [2019-03-20 16:37:59 +0000] WRONG TIME
Transit @ [2019-03-21 01:09:54 +0000] WRONG DAY
Set @ [2019-03-19 22:15:00 +0000] WRONG DAY
as saying the Moon set at about 10:15pm on ...
Aside from the excellent points made in James K's answer, there are other ways to date craters. For example, when the rays of one crater overlay those of another, we know that the former is younger than the latter.
We can also estimate ages of large craters by counting subsequent craters inside the crater floor. Crater counting is one of the more common ...
The "weathering" processes are very slow compared to those on Earth. They are caused by the impact of micro-meteorites and the effect of the solar wind and cosmic radiation on the surface.
The solar wind tends to darken the moon minerals. This is why the younger craters have bright rays and the older craters appear much darker. There are a number of ...