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Integrated Task The lecturer asserts that the evidence suggested in the reading is not convincing. This casts doubt on the reading’s claim that some hypotheses for transient lunar phenomena are plausible. First, the lecturer points out that it is unlikely for lunar gases to cause TLPs. The reason why the phenomena are seen frequently near craters is because the Moon is covered with many craters, not because gases are leaking from the craters. Also, more evidence is necessary for how much radon gas is detected, since its amount can be small to induce TLPs. This challenges the reading’s point that the phenomena are caused by clouds of lunar gas. Second, the speaker argues that there is no specific evidence for dust to trigger
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  • Spring '16
  • Lecturer, phenomena, solar flares, radiation provokes TLPs

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