Ten years after ‘suicide’ mission, NASA thirsts for lunar water

FILE PHOTO: The moon rises near the town of Kalavrita, Greece, August 14, 2019. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A decade after NASA sent a rocket crashing into the moon’s south pole, spewing a plume of debris that revealed vast reserves of ice beneath the barren lunar surface, the space agency is racing to pick up where its little-remembered project left off. The so-called LCROSS mission was hastily carried out 10 […]

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