Humans (not you, you’ll be dead) are going to have to live somewhere other than Earth eventually.
But what about the Moon for starters?
Well, probably a few books, a video game console, and one of those bright lamps for people with seasonal affective disorder.
The moon doesn’t have an atmosphere or a magnetic field to protect us from the Sun, meteors or cosmic rays, so we can’t live on its surface.
But a team of Japanese scientists looking at some deep lunar pits think they’ve found more than just a hole—they think they’ve found tunnels that cut through our satellite’s volcanic rock for miles.
Scientists first discovered the tens-of-metres-deep Marius Hills pit back in 2009, and reported their results the next year.