NASA’s SOFIA Discovers Water on Sunlit Surface of Moon - SpaceRef
Previous observations of the Moon’s surface detected some form of hydrogen, but were unable to distinguish between water and its close chemical relative, hydroxyl (OH). This discovery ...
There may be more water on the moon than previously believed, including on its sunlit surface, and it could be used as a resource during upcoming missions, like NASA's return of humans to ...
Astronomers have long been aware of water ice present on the surface of the Moon, but it had only ever been discovered in deep, perpetually shadowed impact craters at its poles.
There are also plentiful patches of secret ice in "cold traps."
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