NASA discovers traces of water on the moon

Scientists discovered traces of water molecules in sunlit areas of the moon’s surface and say it suggests that water molecules on the moon are more widespread than previously thought.
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Funny tonight hear what we've learned about the moon NASA for the first time discovering traces of H two O. In some lit areas of the moon surface scientists detected the water molecules in the previous craters suggesting it's more widespread on the moon. Been previously thought. And not just hidden in the permanent shadows as thought before. They've been finding signs of water on the moon since 2008 some pockets of water as small as a penny. Thank you for watching here on a Monday night I'm David Muir from all of us here tonight.

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