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NASA Says There's Water on the Moon: Why Does It Matter?Curated byThe Science Desk
In a breakthrough discovery, NASA announced that the moon may contain more water than originally thought, including on its sunlit surface. The findings were observed using NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) telescope and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. But what does finding lunar water mean for humanity? Take a look at why scientists view this as an achievement.
Thales Alenia Space in Italy will produce Europe's two major contributions to the Lunar Gateway, a US-led space station around the Moon. TAS will build two pressurised sections: one where astronauts can live, and the other on which refuelling and telecoms equipment can be mounted. The UK-arm of TAS …