NASA finds clear evidence of water on surface of the moon
The US space agency NASA has announced that it has received final evidence of the presence of water on the surface of the moon.
The discovery of molecular water on the moon will strengthen NASA’s hopes of building a space base on the moon, and it is hoped that astronauts will be able to use the moon’s natural resources.
The results of this research have been published in two research papers in the journal Nature Astronomy.
According to the report, the presence of water in the inner part of the moon (hidden from sunlight) was previously detected, but now scientists have found water molecules on the surface of the moon where the sunlight is present.
It is believed that there have been signs of water on the moon in the past, but recent discoveries show that there is more water there than previously thought.
Last month, NASA announced that it would send a woman and a man to the moon for the first time in history in 2024 to prepare for a massive leap to Mars in 2030.
According to another study, scientists believe that there may be water in an area of about 40,000 square meters of the moon’s surface.
British expert Dr. Hannah says the new discovery will add to the list of places on the moon where we can build a space base.
He said that scientists plan to send missions to the polar part of the moon in the next few years, while plans are underway to establish a permanent population on the moon on a long-term basis.