posted on Nov, 13 2003 @ 04:57 AM
New data suggests that if there is ice at the Moon's poles then it is probably in the form of scattered grains rather than thick sheets, say
Radar data from the permanently dark regions of the Moon lack the tell-tale signature of thick ice deposits.
The observations, from the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico, do not rule out ice, which could be a valuable resource for a future base on the
The results of the latest study are published in the journal Nature.
This would be very disappointing if true as the potential new space race would probably come to a stop. Maybe they're trying to put off certain
people from going...?