Friday, September 14, 2018

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From the Hill: How ice on the moon can get us to Mars

It’s finally confirmed: Water exists on the moon.

The importance of water on the moon, some of it easily extractable, cannot be overstated. Water mined from the moon need not be transported from Earth at great expense. The water can be used for drinking, agriculture, and other purposes by future lunar settlers.

Even more important, water can be refined into liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen, the components of rocket fuel.

US Naval Research Laboratory's Jaffe on Space-Based Solar Power





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