Water moves on the Moon — well, molecules do, at any rate

NASA and other scientific groups have discussed the potential of using the Moon as a sort of jumping-off point for missions deeper into space. If water could be collected on the Moon it could prove to be a great resource for manned missions headed deeper into the solar system.

Interesting, but I have a feeling that Lunar Base occupants will need slightly more than a few “bouncing” molecules to drink (or to create hydrogen for rocket fuel or colony energy needs).

bgr.com/2019/03/11/water-on-the-moon-surface-lunar-regolith/

3 thoughts on “Water moves on the Moon — well, molecules do, at any rate

    • Drones would have to be programmed to seek out and extract water from regolith for months or even years before sending humans to start up a colony with a reasonable chance of survival IMHO.

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