Sorry, not much water on moon!

Posted on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 Posted in Science

Led by Jeremy Boyce of the University of California, Los Angeles’ Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences, the study revealed that the unusually hydrogen-rich apatite crystals observed in many lunar rock samples may not have formed within a water-rich environment as was originally expected. The mineral apatite is the most widely-used method for estimating the amount of water in lunar rocks.


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