Friday, NASA scientists announced that they had found 'a significant amount' of water within the shadowed Cabeus crater through the recent LCROSS lunar impact mission. The scientists described data indicating that perhaps 100 kg of water existed within the field of view of the instruments watching the impact. The water was said to be mixed with 'other interesting things' that will be material for future study by the LCROSS team. We'll get the latest on the findings, and talk about future directions for research on the lunar surface.
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