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Water on the Moon and Much, Much More: Latest LCROSS Results - Universe Today
[/caption] A year ago, NASA successfully slammed a spent Centaur rocket into Cabeus Crater, a permanently shadowed region at the lunar South Pole. The “shepherding” LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite) spacecraft followed close on the impactor’s heels, monitoring the resulting ejecta cloud to see what materials could be found inside this dark, unstudied … Continue reading "Water on the Moon and Much, Much More: Latest LCROSS Results"