Its fissures, craters and other formations look permanent, frozen except for a few small indents here and there.
We know the moon didn't always appear like this...
And now, thanks to NASA, we get to watch its history:
NASA's 'Evolution of the Moon'
Credit goes to NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter group - thanks to their hard work we can all experience the 'seasons' of the moon.
And without having to wear a spacesuit,
or even an anti-meteor helmet. ;-)
For ThemeThursday's: 'Season'