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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoonscapemoon‧scape /ˈmuːnskeɪp/ noun [singular]  AREAan area of land with no plants that looks like the surface of the Moon
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moonscapeIn contrast to the life the researchers had witnessed during their descent, the view was now a barren moonscape.The outer door opened, and the dusty moonscape lay before them, glimmering in the earthlight.Below the tower, clouds swirl across a grey moonscape lit from moment to moment by volcanic fires.It would be easy to criticize this place as some horrific moonscape where industry has gone mad.Now the rocky, irregular moonscape was all around us.
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