Sunday, 18 December 2016

Discovery of space-ice boosts chances of man being able to build homes on the Moon by 2030

Frozen water was detected in dark polar craters of the dwarf planet Ceres, between Mars and JupiterA NEW space-ice find has boosted hopes of man living on the Moon.
It’s hoped the discovery will help scientists learn about water that’s believed to be widespread on the Moon, with the eventual aim of building a lunar base.Frozen water was detected in dark polar craters of the dwarf planet Ceres, between Mars and Jupiter
The frozen water was detected in dark polar craters of the dwarf planet Ceres, between Mars and Jupiter.
At minus -200C the ‘find’ is located within one of the coldest, darkest places in the Solar System.
New images taken by Nasa’s Dawn spacecraft reveal frozen water trapped in a few of the craters where the sun never shines.Read More

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