Moon water? Scientists credit solar winds
Water trapped in soils on the moon’s surface was likely produced by solar winds, report researchers from University of Michigan and their colleagues.
“This also means that water likely exists on Mercury and on asteroids such as Vesta or Eros further within our solar system,” Yang Liu says. “These planetary bodies have very different environments, but all have the potential to produce water.”
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