It's been a year since the LCROSS rocket blew up some of the Moon for science. What did we learn from the explosion? A lot - including where to find water.
There's been an uptick in speculation lately about whether life could exist on Mars, the moon, or one of Jupiter's satellites. Too inhospitable, you say? Earth has places that are just as bad, yet rich with organisms.
Remember that experiment a few weeks ago where NASA smashed a probe into the Moon to see if any water would squirt out? The research is in, and it turns out there is a lot of water on the Moon.