During the first half years of the ís history many objects called hit the and other , making large holes called craters.
Craters on Moon photograph by NASA/JPL
These meteorites were the last of the being swept up by the planets. On most planets the craters can still be seen, but on Earth the weather has worn away signs of most of them.
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