For the first time, an unambiguous signature of water molecules has been spotted on the Moon, and not just in ultra-cold permanently shadowed polar craters. The airborne Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), operated by NASA and the German space agency, spotted H2O over sunlit regions of the Moon, indicating the valuable resource may be more readily available to future astronauts than previously believed.
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