For Unopened Apollo Lunar Samples, The Future Is Here

Credit: NASA
For years, scientists believed the Moon was bone-dry. “None of the minerals of the lunar rocks contains water,” NASA wrote in a 1984 educational report titled “What We’ve Learned About the Moon.” That changed in 2008 when a team led by Brown University geologist Alberto Saal reported the first...

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