In a pair of studies published Monday, scientists say more than 15,400 square miles of lunar terrain near the poles could trap water in the form of ice. That's 20% more area than previously thought.
By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
A new analysis of moon pebbles collected decades ago has found that the small stones contained traces of water, according to a report Thursday in the journal Nature by Brown University geologist Alberto Saal and his colleagues.
By PBS NewsHour
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