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I did a Google image search once looking for images similar to moon craters and came across pictures of volcanic mud bubbles from Buzau Romania that were really close, none were hexagonal though. It's also interesting that no impacts ever seem to be at an angle.
It is my opinion that the Moon Mercury and other cratered rocky bodies are the remnant cores of a gas giant that went supernova. The core doesn't explode, the input current just quits, the pinch stops, and the atmosphere rarefies away creating arcing between the core and charge that was stored in the atmosphere. This is much like the "Cannonball Pulsar" either then ejecting the core, or the atmosphere just expands away leaving the remnant core behind as a rocky planet. But the core will become the focal point of much arc discharges between the atmosphere and core, much like the pattern of a Tesla plasma globe.
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