Geekologie Writer to Moonbase Alpha. How's the cheese? Over.
Discovered by the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, this chamber is more than one mile long and 393 feet wide. There would be lots of benefits of building a moon base in there, mainly for protection from the nastiness of the surface of the moon. It'd provide a nearly constant temperature of -4 degrees Fahrenheit, unlike the surface, which fluctuates between 266 degrees and -292 degrees. And it would provide protection from radiation, micro-meteor impacts and dust.
Sooooooooooo -- are the walls made out of moon cheese or not? Because if they are I could eat that cave to be twice as big. Unless it's breast cheese, in which case I could puke until my space helmet fills up and I drown.