NASA's Sofia Telescope Discovers More Water on Lunar Surface at Moretus Crater Region

NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) telescope has discovered more water on the Moon's surface. The fresh findings of water have been made in the Southern Hemisphere of the Moon. The team have discovered water in the Moretus Crater region, which is close to the Moon's Clavius Crater, where the original findings were made.

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