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Astronomy There is more water in the moon than expected – there may be billions of small ice deposits – Pledge Times

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According to new measurements, the Moon has water not only at the poles, but also in craters lit by the sun.27.10. 15:14Spruce more water has been found, the U.S. Space Agency said Nasa yesterday at a press conference.
It is known that in the polar regions of the Moon there are very likely water ice craters in dark shadows.
Now Nasas infrared observatory also detected water from sunlit areas.
Clear signs of water were found in the crater of Clavius. The large crater is located in the southern half…

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