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Chandrayaan-1 data suggests electrons from Earth forming water on Moon

  • High-Energy electrons from Earth's plasma may be playing a role in the formation of water on the Moon, providing new insights into the moon's weathering processes. This discovery could help explain the origin of water ice previously found on the dark side of the moon.
  • The Earth's magnetosphere, a force field that protects the planet from solar radiation, is reshaped by solar wind, which consists of charged particles. The high-energy electrons and ions in the magnetosphere tail are believed to contribute to the formation of water on the moon.
  • Understanding the concentrations and distributions of water on the moon is crucial for understanding its formation and evolution. It can also potentially provide valuable water resources for future human exploration of the moon.
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