Sci/Tech Water on the Moon: a Billion Gallons

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Water on the moon? Scientists used to think it was as dry as, well, lunar dust.

But after a year of analysis NASA today announced that its LCROSS lunar-impact probe mission found up to a billion gallons of water ice in the floor of a permanently-shadowed crater near the moon's south pole.

That's enough, said researchers, to fill 1,500 Olympic-size swimming pools, all from one crater.

 
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So they were, like, playing minecraft on the moon, and dug deep enough and found a billion water blocks! I bet there is SO much diamond down there!
 
They also found silver, mercury, carbon monoxide and ammonia.
Aha, there has been aliens on the moon and they must have peed on it, hence the ammonia:eek:
 
ahahahah i got a question wrong on a test in science cuz in multiple choice i said there was water, and then i proved him wrong with that indian probe article where they found a tiny bit of water. i could print this article too and prove him WAYYYYY wrong

i love proving teachers wrong. it gives me a sense of.... superiority...
 
So does that mean the USA flag claimed all the water in the moon? :(
 
Aha, there has been aliens on the moon and they must have peed on it, hence the ammonia
Or just Neil Armstrong did it :p. I bet it was him. They probably didn't have a place to throw the urine so they threw it on the moon. The little bastards :)
 
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