Usable Water Found in Moon Crater
After a year of analyzing data from NASA's LCross
spacecraft, scientists say there's more water on the moon than on certain
places on Earth.
When the rocket hit the crater, LCROSS recorded information about the impact and debris plume. Minutes later, LCROSS itself crashed into the crater. Before it did, it transmitted all of its data back to Earth.
LCROSS's original mission was to search for traces
of water. Not only did it find water, it
found tons of it.
LCROSS found more than just water. It also found
carbon monoxide, sodium,
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