A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP
A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP
Space

Moon may contain much more water than previously thought, scientists discover

  • One new study shows water on sunlit part of moon for first time, while another shows billions of tiny craters where ice could be trapped
  • Findings suggest astronauts could find refreshment and even fuel on lunar surface in future

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A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP
A nearly full moon rises, with an office building in the foreground, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in September. Photo: AP
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