Scientists at the Pentagon yesterday confirmed two-year old reports that the Defense Dept.'s Clementine lunar mapper has detected ice on the moon (DAILY, April 13, 1994), opening the door for scientists to speculate about its possible exploitation for space travel or to support humans on the moon. Stewart Nozette of Lawrence Livermore Laboratory said a bistatic radar employing the communications transmitter and receiver of the probe, which used the moon as a target for missile ...

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