Inside, the moon is likely much wetter than thought. Scientific data from a lunar satellite reveals water in nearly all the moon’s large volcanic flows. The discovery may improve our understanding of how the moon formed, and it hints that volcanic regions could even provide water for future lunar explorers.
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