A scientific organization from Tucson found water on the Moon in a surprising location: in small craters or pockets of water on the bright side of the Moon
A Tucson-based scientific organization has found water on the Moon in a surprising place: in small craters or pockets of water on the bright side of the Moon
The moon’s surface can be very hot in direct sunlight, but scientists at the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson have found that water ice can survive and concentrate in shaded areas of craters on the moon’s light side.
So far, water on the right side has only been found in large craters in the Moon’s polar regions – too rugged and cold for a lunar rover to explore, but a rover should be able to reach those little pockets
Or, I mean the next big step will be to send a rover or some sort of, or any mission, maybe even a little bit to actually see and explore what’s in these micro cold traps And hopefully this will happen in the next few years « 7:05 races: 17
The discovery could make it easier for scientists to analyze water for clues to the origin of the Moon, and make it easier to collect water for resources such as creating rocket fuel for them. deep space missions
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