NASA Confirms "Significant" Water on Moon

So. Yesterday, we heard that the Pope's astronomer conceded that there may be alien life outside of planet Earth, and today NASA said that it discovered significant water on the Moon.

"The discovery opens a new chapter in our understanding of the moon," the space agency said in a written statement shortly after the briefing began.

Michael Wargo, chief lunar scientist at NASA headquarters in Washington, said the latest discovery also could unlock the mysteries of the solar system.

He listed several options as sources for the water, including solar winds, comets, giant molecular clouds or even the moon itself through some kind of internal activity. The Earth also may have a role, Wargo said.

"If the water that was formed or deposited is billions of years old, these polar cold traps could hold a key to the history and evolution of the solar system, much as an ice core sample taken on Earth reveals ancient data," NASA said in its statement.

Coicidence? I smell a conspiracy. Where's my tin foil hat? Next stop: microbes on Mars! Link

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They're finally just preparing us for the truth, that there's been a secret space base on the other side of the moon since the 1960's.
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Although I doubt anyone's reading it by now, but in answer to #3, cave12man, the Moon *does* have an atmosphere, it's just paper thin.

(it also has a sodium tail)
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