Why are there areas on the moon that have a higher temperature than the surrounding surface (hot spots)?

On the lunar surface, there are a large number of small areas (points), the cooling of which during an eclipse of the sun occurs more slowly compared to the surrounding surface. Most hotspots are identified with small craters, which look very bright on a full moon.

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