China’s Chang’e-5 mission confirms existence of water on the moon

China’s Chang’e-5 space mission has identified traces of water on the moon’s surface.

The majority of these compounds gathered on the moon during solar wind injections, according to Baaghi TV. On the moon, the Chinese space mission detected water molecules, or hydroxyl, which is a chemical similar to H2O. The amount of water on the moon’s surface is less than 120 parts per million, making it far drier than the earth’s surface.

 

 

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