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There Is Water on the Moon. This Is How We’ll Get It.

50 years after the first moon landing, humans are trying to reach the lunar surface again. They’ll stay longer if astronauts can find and mine water.

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TThe Earth and our moon are made of many of the same ingredients. We know that the…




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Shannon Stirone

Shannon Stirone

Freelance writer in the Bay Area

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