Saturday, September 26, 2009

Water found on Mars and our moon!

Recently, water has been found on two of our closest neighbors in space. In fact, the TimesOnline reports that the moon ''has a litre of water for every tonne of soil'

I find this to be very interesting. The implications could be far-reaching. What if water were this common throughout the universe? I have even heard talk of certain corporate and government entities wanting to start mining operations on the moon.

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