There is evidence that water exists in the moon. The 1990s brought to light the existence of water in regions coated with frost, though this was met with a lot of skepticism. Later on, India had sent the Chandrayaan-1 probe to better analyze the contents of the region in question. There, they discovered water trapped in craters in the lunar poles, which are like the Earth’s poles in a way. These regions had 30% water ice trapped within their craters.
There is a lot of excitement over the discovery as lunar ice, which some are calling it no. The discovery stated that the lunar ice can be used for fuel …

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KELT-11b was considered to be one of the largest objects known, and it’s about 40 percent wider than Jupiter.  A team of astronomers find an exomoon. It was the first of its kind to be discovered. Exomoons are satellites orbiting a planet around another star. What makes this find interesting is the scale of the planet-moon system, although “moon” is quite a loose term as the object is reputedly around the size of Neptune, and the planet it is orbiting is ten times the mass of Jupiter or 3,000 times that of Earth.
This changes the way we categorize systems and invites questions on how big can …

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The United Kingdom is preparing a recollection of sorts of the history of the Moon campaigns, starting with the Apollo 11 landing in 1969. This 50th-anniversary event gathers submissions for the historic campaign that is supported by multiple groups with the same cause, which are led by the UK Space Agency and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This will be shown to the public on July 20, 2019 to mark 50 years of the historic landing of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the Moon.
There is also a cultural exploration over how these landings have affected people throughout generations, ranging…

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