Indian scientists found water on the moon
Indian astronauts have found water on the moon. They say there is plenty of water in the middle of the moon in liquid form. Indian scientists found water on the moon
Scientists have got this amazing information by analyzing the information and pictures given by the Indian spacecraft ‘Chandrayaan-1’ sent to the moon 9 years ago. And since that water is still in a liquid state, not only is there a possibility of life, scientists believe, the existence of life is definitely on the moon. Maybe it’s microorganisms.
The research paper, which provided this startling information, was published in the July 24 issue of the international science journal Nature-Geoscience. The main researchers are Ralph Milken, an associate professor in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Brown University in the United States, and Shuai Lee, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hawaii. Among the associate, researchers are two Indians. One is Mahesh Anand, a professor at the British Open University. Another is Vishnu Reddy, an associate professor at the University of Maryland in the United States.
This time, the researchers were able to confirm that the pieces of glass for the water on the back of the moon were not vegan. The fragments came from the lunar mantle in and around the magma that is mixed with the lava flow of the volcano. As a result, scientists have found definite evidence that the water in the lunar mantle is in a liquid state.
And since those pieces of glass are scattered almost everywhere on the back of the moon, researchers have confirmed that there is plenty of liquid water in the mantle. And it covers a lot of places in the mantle.
Researchers claim that the amount of water in the lunar mantle will not be less than the amount of water on Earth.