Japanese researchers: the underground soil of the moon can be extracted by 6 litres per cubic meter.

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 Japanese researchers: the underground soil of the moon can be extracted by 6 litres per cubic meter.


Researchers believe that as the water in the moons moon evaporates due to exposure to intense sunlight, diagonal silica will form on the surface of the moon. They believe that under the deeper surface of the moon, water resources may be very abundant. In view of the low underground temperature of the moon, water is likely to exist in the form of ice. They estimate that the water content in the underground soil of the moon can be as high as 0.6% - 6 litres of water per cubic meter. The researchers said: this is the first time we have demonstrated that moon matter contains water ice. The moons underground water is very rich, and the future astronauts and the moon residents can extract enough water to meet their needs, for example, to make rocket fuel for the mission to the asteroids and other planets. Scientists have previously known that there was water on the moon, for example, the NASAs Lunar Crater Observation and sensing satellite detected water in the annular mountains near the moons south pole, and Indias moon ship -1 detector recorded evidence of the thinning of water above the surface of the moon, but it has not yet been proved. It is proved that there is water under the low latitudes of the moon. New research shows that besides the southern Arctic and its surrounding areas, water resources may also exist in other parts of the moon. The researchers hope that the Japanese aerospace research and Development Agency (JAXA) will be able to launch a detector in the future to carry out the lunar samples to return to the mission so that they can find the trace of water in other lunar rocks. Source: ScienceDaily daily - editor in charge of China Science and Technology Net: Gu Ying _NN6577 The researchers said: this is the first time we have demonstrated that moon matter contains water ice. The moons underground water is very rich, and the future astronauts and the moon residents can extract enough water to meet their needs, for example, to make rocket fuel for the mission to the asteroids and other planets. Scientists have previously known that there was water on the moon, for example, the NASAs Lunar Crater Observation and sensing satellite detected water in the annular mountains near the moons south pole, and Indias moon ship -1 detector recorded evidence of the thinning of water above the surface of the moon, but it has not yet been proved. It is proved that there is water under the low latitudes of the moon. New research shows that besides the southern Arctic and its surrounding areas, water resources may also exist in other parts of the moon. The researchers hope that the Japanese aerospace research and Development Agency (JAXA) will be able to launch a detector in the future to carry out the lunar samples to return to the mission so that they can find the trace of water in other lunar rocks.