What do Craters throughout the Solar System tell us? Why do some planets have these features while others don’t? Does the far side of the moon look much different than the side we see from Earth?
Evolutionists would tell us that impact craters throughout the solar system were formed over billions of years. But their relative ages can’t actually be traced to billions of years in the past.
Dr. Danny Faulkner, PhD in Astronomy from Indiana University, and television host David Rives take you on a trip through our solar system. What can we learn from past impacts?