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Water Found on Moon New Lunar Space Station in the Works
July 21, 2010
US researchers are closer then ever to creating a permanent lunar space station now that it has been discovered that there is an abundance of water on the moon. The water discovery was made after US researchers examined a basalt rock under the moon's surface that was formed by lava flows billions of years ago and brought back to Earth by the 1971 Apollo 14 mission.
Taking water from Earth to the moon for humans and plant life is extremely expensive and one of the reasons a space station on the moon hasn't been attempted yet. With this new discovery the possibilities are endless and may be one of the reasons that aliens also have bases on the moon.
One of the big mysteries as to why the aliens had bases on the moon might now really be answered. Not only are they studying us, but they're using it as a place to fill up on fuel and water on their journeys to other solar systems and planets.
Unlike lunar dew that is believed to come from an outside source such as solar wind which brings hydrogen into contact with the Moon's oxygen, the water discovered by Taylor and Liu is internal, arising from an entirely different origin. How it got there is not yet known. The water may have been added by impacting comets, which contain ice, during or after the formation of the moon and Earth.
Space scientist Professor Lawrence Taylor, of Tennessee University, said: "Now we have ready sources of water that can be consumed by plants and humans, but also electrolysed into liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen to develop rocket fuel.
Since the closing of the international space station is scheduled in the near future this seems like perfect timing and a more stable environment for astronauts to do research and interact with other beings on the moon.