New Evidence Points To Asteroid Impacts As Lunar Water Source

Credit: Moon: NASA
HOUSTON—The vast majority of the Moon’s water, a small but significant volatile stored primarily in the lunar interior, was delivered by impacts from asteroids rather than comets over a 200-million-year period that followed the Moon’s formation, an analysis shows. The analysis is of the chemical and...

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