NASA finds liquid water on the Moon, raising hopes for exploration and habitation | ABC News

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    There really is water on the Moon — and it might be much more widespread than previously suspected. The findings of two separate studies, published today in the journal Nature Astronomy, are a major boost for plans to send humans back to the Moon. Subscribe:

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