Scientists find water inside glass beads on the Moon
Scientists said Monday they have discovered water inside tiny beads of glass scattered across the Moon, suggesting that one day it could be extracted and used by the "explorers of tomorrow".
Published 2 months ago · Beijing, China
Intriguing Moon Water Source Found in Glass Beads From Impacts
An analysis of lunar soil samples retrieved in 2020 during China's robotic Chang'e-5 mission showed that these spheres of glass - rock melted and cooled - created in the impacts bore within them water molecules formed through the action of the solar wind on the moon's surface.
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Intriguing moon water source found in glass beads from impacts
Glass beads spawned in violent impacts from space rocks on the lunar surface have been found to have water trapped inside, offering what scientists describe as a potential reservoir of this precious resource for future human activities on the moon.
2 months ago·United KingdomRead Full Article
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