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Liquid erosion features on the Mun, for example. No evidence of rift or subduction zones on Kerbin. The only planet (outside of Kerbin) that seems to show any variability in its makeup is Duna, but even its features seem odd (polar ice caps of great extent but virtually 0 depth). Without the usual suite of geochemical tools available there can only be speculation on the formation and composition of most of the bodies in the system.

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Originally posted by paleorob

Liquid erosion features on the Mun, for example. No evidence of rift or subduction zones on Kerbin. The only planet (outside of Kerbin) that seems to show any variability in its makeup is Duna, but even its features seem odd (polar ice caps of great extent but virtually 0 depth). Without the usual suite of geochemical tools available there can only be speculation on the formation and composition of most of the bodies in the system.

Exactly right.

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