“Water on the Moon’s Surface” … NASA announces a startling discovery

The US Space Administration “NASA” announced, on Monday, for the first time, the presence of water on the luminous surface of the moon in an amazing discovery that will have implications for any future mission that goes to the moon.

According to a press release, this discovery was confirmed by the Stratosphere Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, which is known by the acronym “Sophia”, and the results of his findings were published in the scientific journal “Nature Astronomy”.

The Sophia Observatory discovered the presence of water particles in the largest crater that can be seen from Earth, which is in the southern half of the moon.

Previous discoveries were able to detect the presence of a form of hydrogen, as the presence of water was determined accurately and in different concentrations, within a range of one cubic meter of soil on the surface of the moon.

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