Twist from space! Luna, the shocking discovery that changes the history of science: everything is proven. All the details not to be missed.
Luna (Photo from Pixabay)
As we all know, the Moon is the only satellite of our planet and its “proximity” allows us to observe it with the naked eye. So much so that we can also see what are called moonspots – nothing but rocks and debris that have settled.
According to the theories formulated by scientists, the satellite was formed in conjunction with the birth of the Earth from the aggregation of some debris that remained in orbit. Its structure and components are, to date, the result of numerous studies conducted by researchers.
A groundbreaking discovery, considerable traces of water have emerged on the Moon. They give hope
Important news comes from a team of scientists from the University of Providence concerning the presence of a large amount of water on the satellite. Let’s find out more.
The presence of a large amount of water on the Moon has opened up a new frontier for researchers around the world who are constantly searching for answers. As is known, the satellite was continuously bombarded by asteroids and comets, which, in turn, released water.
But that’s not all, because the remains of ancient volcanic eruptions are hidden in the most embryonic layers of the Moon. This data – not to be underestimated – made possible an important consideration: it is the presence of water in some analyzed samples.
It is a substantial scientific advance and this new discovery would also refute the previous theory according to which the Moon would have come to form with the aggregation of debris remained in orbit. At the moment, however, no data has been confirmed.
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In any case, having found large amounts of water on our satellite definitely opens a new chapter in science and poses new questions for researchers and new objectives to interpret.