Summary #1336

Nasa Reveals That There Is Water On The Moon In Breakthrough That Could Lead To Deep-Space Travel

independent.co.uk
  • Researchers have evidence of water on the sunlit side of the Moon, although it’s only as much as 1% of all water in the Sahara desert.
  • There are also a lot of shaded areas and pits on the Moon that could potentially hold ice, but this hasn’t been confirmed yet.
  • NASA plans to go to the Moon in 2024, with the goal to establish a sustainable human presence by 2030, and water on the Moon would help them a lot.
  • Besides drinking it, scientists could use it to make fuel, enabling new routes to explore space.

Categories

  • Science Science (91) Yale scientists repair injured spinal cords using patients’ own stem cells
  • Psychology Psychology (108) Scientists break through the wall of sleep to the untapped world of dreams
  • Cosmos Cosmos (42) Scientists Discover The Oldest Supermassive Black Hole, and It’s Too Big
  • History History (19) ‘Viking’ was a job description, not a matter of heredity, massive ancient DNA study shows
  • Society Society (98) 'Invisible killer': fossil fuels caused 8.7m deaths globally in 2018, research finds
  • Medicine Medicine (94) Hair today, gone tomorrow no more: Japan researchers find stem cells for hair regeneration
  • Technology Technology (115) Scientists begin building highly accurate digital twin of our planet
  • Nature Nature (60) Training methods based on punishment compromise dog welfare

Newsletter

Newsletter

Fame 🙌

Bullets.tech - Articles for science lovers shortened to five bullet points. | Product Hunt Embed

We were featured on Hacker News, O'REILLY® Ideas, and Boing Boing.