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Last week, a team of scientists gathered in NASA's gray low-slung building N-240 to analyze the data collected by spectrometers, cameras that analyze the characteristics of the ejected components. The wavelengths — just bumps and wiggles on a computer screen — matched the profile of a oxygen-hydrogen molecule, or water.
"It was about 3 a.m. and we'd been working around the clock," recalled Colaprete, who lives in Morgan Hill. "Working through the data, I kept coming back to that 1.4 micron feature," suggesting water. "I kept coming back to it, then sent out a post. They said "It's got to be real.' '"
Originally posted by NoamC
Two days ago, Everyone KNEW the moon was dry.
Imagine, I doubt that's possible, what you will know tomorrow =)