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Water on Moon: we could build a base and prepare for mission to MarsSince the return of the final missions of the Apollo programme, which brought samples of lunar rock back to Earth, it has been assumed widely that the Moon was dry.While some of the samples were found by laboratory analysis to contain water, most scientists felt it probable that this was the result of contamination through contact with our planet’s wet atmosphere.A minority of researchers, however, have always contended that the Moon might hold water at or just below its surface, which could potentially be exploited by future lunar missions.If this has indeed been confirmed by instruments carried aboard an Indian lunar orbiter, it would have important implications for the prospects for exploring our planet's only satellite. It would even advance the possibility that a manned base could be established there. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/scie...icle6846683.ece
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fix africa no, cure cancer no, eliminate war no, halt global warming no, find renewable energy no, repair society noGO TO MOON YES

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Water on Moon: we could build a base and prepare for mission to MarsSince the return of the final missions of the Apollo programme, which brought samples of lunar rock back to Earth, it has been assumed widely that the Moon was dry.While some of the samples were found by laboratory analysis to contain water, most scientists felt it probable that this was the result of contamination through contact with our planet’s wet atmosphere.A minority of researchers, however, have always contended that the Moon might hold water at or just below its surface, which could potentially be exploited by future lunar missions.If this has indeed been confirmed by instruments carried aboard an Indian lunar orbiter, it would have important implications for the prospects for exploring our planet's only satellite. It would even advance the possibility that a manned base could be established there. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/scie...icle6846683.ece
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shutup bish
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I'm going to be the one to sell bottled moon water to new age yuppies

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who gives a f*ck? only post when u have NWO info.regular scinetific news doesnt suit you unless this is an NWO plan to send slaves to mars?

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who gives a f*ck? only post when u have NWO info.regular scinetific news doesnt suit you unless this is an NWO plan to send slaves to mars?
Stay calm faggott
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Well considering water is only made from hydrogen and oxygen, it doesn't suprise meinfact i'm pretty sure theres plenty of water far out in the universe

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How does it stay on the ground if there's no gravity?Is this a stupid question?

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How does it stay on the ground if there's no gravity?Is this a stupid question?
There is gravity, just much less than on earth. Every body which has mass has a gravitational field.
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old news, these guys knew from way back

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fix africa no, cure cancer no, eliminate war no, halt global warming no, find renewable energy no, repair society noGO TO MOON YES
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fix africa no, cure cancer no, eliminate war no, halt global warming no, find renewable energy no, repair society noGO TO MOON YES
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old news, these guys knew from way back
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Awesome documentaryyou know if you travelled at the speed of light from earth to space, it would take you 4.30 mins to get to mars then 3 hours later to clear our solar system

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f*ck*ng love space so much, the colours and everything.Actually makes me momentarily not care about the origins of the world

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ye i saw this on the news last night. they were talking about being able to make bases on the moon, if water can be extracted they could get a lot of things we need.

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Where meant to believe this?It doesnt look like water.Doesnt taste like waterf*ck its not even in liquid formBut its water?

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fix africa no, cure cancer no, eliminate war no, halt global warming no, find renewable energy no, repair society noGO TO MOON YES
init ffs. niggas got their priorities so wrong
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Water on Moon: we could build a base and prepare for mission to MarsSince the return of the final missions of the Apollo programme, which brought samples of lunar rock back to Earth, it has been assumed widely that the Moon was dry.While some of the samples were found by laboratory analysis to contain water, most scientists felt it probable that this was the result of contamination through contact with our planet’s wet atmosphere.A minority of researchers, however, have always contended that the Moon might hold water at or just below its surface, which could potentially be exploited by future lunar missions.If this has indeed been confirmed by instruments carried aboard an Indian lunar orbiter, it would have important implications for the prospects for exploring our planet's only satellite. It would even advance the possibility that a manned base could be established there. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/scie...icle6846683.ece
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Worst news evar.
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