Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Oxygen on the moon? by Louis Burk

Well it’s official (sort of) the Moon is one step closer to supporting human life. A study from a team of researchers in Japan which centers around an orbiter named Kaguya which circled the lunar body between 2007 and 2009. Upon examination, the team discovered traces of oxygen on the spacecraft that actually originated from Earth scientists suspect that the transition of oxygen occurs about 5 out of every 27 days. With all of this in mind this could eventually lead to sustainable life on the Moon. Now this is just something… out of this world.  :D

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