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 How does lunar geology differ from geology?

Answer Lunar geology is the study of the moons geological features; moons crust, rocks etc. and regular geology is the study of earths features; soil, rocks, land forms.
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What is Jupiter's geology?

It has no rocks and therefore no geology. It is made of gas.
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