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In an intimate portrait of our closest neighbour, Oliver Morton reveals how the forces that shaped the moon have fascinated humans since the days of Galileo. Read by Robin Laing

In this intimate and profound portrait of the Moon, writer Oliver Morton explores the different spaces that Earth’s closest neighbour occupies in our lives.

Since Galileo's day, humans have been fascinated by the geography of the Moon and the forces that created its many craters.

Reader Robin Laing
Abridger Anna Magnusson
Producer Eilidh McCreadie

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