Chinese Lunar Lander Makes The First Ever On-Site Detection of Water on The Moon
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Chinese Lunar Lander Makes The First Ever On-Site Detection of Water on The Moon

In December of 2020, the Chang'E-5 probe visited the Moon and collected a sample of lunar material to return to Earth. The mission took observations
2022 Is Full of First Steps to the Moon
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2022 Is Full of First Steps to the Moon

Advances in space tourism and robotic missions to Mars dominated the space activities of 2021. The moon is likely to be the center of attention in
The Moon is a Barren and Desolate, but Lunar Caves Could Offer Some Shelter From the Harsh Environment
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The Moon is a Barren and Desolate, but Lunar Caves Could Offer Some Shelter From the Harsh Environment

The dream of building a permanent settlement on the Moon is a place where humans from all walks of life can come together and give rise to a new
There’s Enough Oxygen in the Lunar Regolith to Support Billions of People on the Moon
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There’s Enough Oxygen in the Lunar Regolith to Support Billions of People on the Moon

A few practices are essential for mission planners when it comes to the future of space exploration. The concept of In-Situ Resource Utilization is
Don't miss the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century next week
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Don't miss the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century next week

Next week, Nov. 18 through 19, will see the longest partial lunar eclipse this century. 19 and will be visible in all 50 states. NASA predicts that
The Moon Has Enough Oxygen to Sustain Billions of People Buried Beneath Its Surface
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The Moon Has Enough Oxygen to Sustain Billions of People Buried Beneath Its Surface

There's enough oxygen on the Moon to last us all, but there's a catch. Near-vacuum atmospheres on the Moon don't contain enough oxygen to support
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Near-Earth asteroid is a fragment from the moon, say scientists

Scientists have discovered that a small portion of the moon is being used to track the Earth's orbit around it. Although the asteroid was named
The moon's top layer alone has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years
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The moon's top layer alone has enough oxygen to sustain 8 billion people for 100,000 years

This article was first published by The Conversation. Space.com's Expert voices: Op-Ed and Insights was contributed by the publication. Southern
Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’
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Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’

Corryn Wetzel Daily Correspondent VIPER, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, is heading to the moon's South Pole in late 2023 in
Don't miss the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century next week
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Don't miss the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century next week

Next week, Nov. 18 through 19, will see the longest partial lunar eclipse this century. 19 and will be visible in all 50 states. NASA predicts that