I saw a great old episode of the US show Mythbusters this week on TV. The team basically bust the myths surrounding the 1969 NASA Moonlanding. There are so many myths I was amazed! The slanting shadows, the illuminated astronaut, the fluttering flag, the boot print and the slomo hop to name just a few [the wiki page on the subject is vast!]
One of the great parts of the show was the LEM diorama they biult to prove that shadows can be at different angles at the same time. I also learnt a new word - rigolith - the dust covering the moon's surface. the way they made the lunar surface out of a sheet of wood, plaster of paris, grey paint and sand must be the basic way everybody makes it. I had a go a couple of years back complete with SpaceX LEM - see below. Maybe I should try to bust a few myths with it!
Have you biult a lunar surface before? Piccies welcomed.