Light rays exist around large craters on the Moon. What is their nature? Why are they best seen on a full moon?

Light rays are stripes of small craters formed during impact interaction with the surface of material ejected from a large crater. The bottom of such craters is covered with a light substance, which seems to be brightest on a full moon.

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