Scientists discover that Earth was hit by two meteorites at the same time, ten miles apart.
Pluto's crater-less surface indicates the presence of geological processes that have erased the marks left by asteroids and comets.
The man in the moon's face was actively formed by hot lava and other geological forces.
Most of the moon's craters were formed by asteroid crash landings millions or billions of years ago, but more recent collisions are also making their mark.
What makes science really fun is when you get to do things yourself, so today we're going to be making moon craters.
How many times have you actually seen a star explode or a asteroid at night? Have ever learned about how the records of these events are taken? Then tune in.