More water on the moon.
William C. Feldman of the Los Alamos (N.M.) National Laboratory and his colleagues report the new findings in the Sept. 4 SCIENCE. The evidence is indirect. Prospector's measurements indicate that the poles have a higher abundance of hydrogen than elsewhere on the moon, and the team asserts that the hydrogen is almost certainly tied up in water.
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|Date:||Oct 10, 1998|
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