news.2010.391-moon

Rocky hint of a waterless Moon

Another twist has emerged in the debate over whether there is water inside the Moon. Researchers studying lunar samples from the Apollo missions have used chlorine isotope measurements to conclude that the Moon is bone dry after all — corroborating scientists’ original assumptions from the 1970s, but contradicting more recent studies of the Moon’s water content.

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