Most scientists accept the rate at which the moon and Earth have been bombarded by meteorites has remained connected for the past two to three billion years. Understanding the age of craters on the moon can help us better accept the age of our own planet because the Earth would have accustomed agnate numbers of impacts.

It’s been affected that the rarity of young craters on Earth (those created 300-600 actor years ago) is attributed to canning bias — craters have been erased over the years by abrasion and the movement of the Earth’s plates. Since then however, using a new method to date craters on the moon, my colleagues and I have bent that the rarity of craters 300-600 actor years is due to a lower battery rate. In fact, the battery rate has added by a factor of two to three in the past 300 actor years.

To test this idea, we compared the Earth’s crater record to the moon’s in an commodity appear in the account . We advance that the absence of earthbound craters that are 300-650 actor years old is simply due to a lower battery rate during that period — and not due to canning bias.