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NASA confirms the presence of water on the moon

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NASA has confirmed the presence of water on the moon for the first time, in an announcement issued Monday.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein said in a tweet that NASA had confirmed water in the moon’s sunlight, but it was too early to say whether it would be enough to use it as a resource.

The discovery was made by the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), which identifies as visible water molecules the area of ​​sunlight that is bound to an object called glass.

They have not been disappointed since NASA announced last week that it was planning a major announcement about the “exciting discovery of the moon.”

The possibility of large amounts of water being deposited on our lunar satellites creates a lot of potential for NASA, especially in the case of missions to the moon, and can save a lot of money by using the moon’s water storage instead of transporting it to and from Earth.

This confirms what scientists have been theorizing for years. In 2018, ice deposits were discovered on the surface of the Moon’s poles, and it was realized that the South Pole has a particularly large size.

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