The Man returns to the attention of the whole world for a miraculously important announcement that will have a very serious impact on the whole of humanity in the years to come, and NASA has revealed everything. In particular, NASA talks about the importance of shadows on the moon, which can be converted into water that astronauts can use for future lunar bases in the future as ice accumulates in closed areas.
The Moon was at the center of the most comprehensive analysis of Americans at NASA, who looked very closely at the Earth’s natural satellite, especially the shaded areas in the craters. Everyone knows that there are icebergs in the moon’s craters because sunlight does not penetrate them.
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MOON detected ice at its poles, which scientists were able to confirm without problems, but there are many areas on Earth’s natural satellite that cover ice. These areas are farther away from the poles of the moon, and the lack of an atmosphere that distributes the sun’s heat to the surface of the cosmic object is another explanation for the presence of these areas’ secreting ice.
“For more than a decade, the spacecraft has detected the presence of water on the moon’s surface, which was confirmed by NASA’s Stratospheric Infrared Astronomical Laboratory (Sofia) in 2020,” said NASA scientist Bjorn Davidson. Jet Impulse Laboratory. Southern California. These observations are at first negative: water should not survive in that harsh environment. This challenges us to understand the lunar surface and raises interesting questions about how birds like water ice survive in anaerobic bodies. Frost is more mobile than trapped water. Therefore, this model provides a new mechanism that explains how water moves between the lunar surface and the thin lunar atmosphere.
The shade has areas that maintain temperatures up to -210 degrees Celsius, and in their vicinity there are areas where temperatures reach 120 degrees Celsius due to the sun. These huge temperature differences are found outside the craters on the moon, and scientists study them carefully because it is amazing how such areas can be on any side without melting ice.
The moon is being targeted by a number of missions in the coming years, with scientists trying to bring astronauts back to the moon and create lunar bases, among other things, soluble water there.