Water on the Moon

Atmosphere

Proof of water on the moon

by on Nov.14, 2009, under Atmosphere

The visible camera image showing the ejecta plume at about 20 seconds after impact.

The visible camera image showing the ejecta plume at about 20 seconds after impact.

It’s BIG news. NASA found proof of water on the moon.

This is a historic moment, whether we realize it or not.

There are the frequently cited reasons, mentioned by scientists and space travel experts (such as providing a source for a sustainable water supplied colony, stocking space missions and even producing rocket fuel).

But there may be other reasons to mark this momentous discovery.

From this day forward, scientists and visionaries will be able to seriously study and experiment with the goal of producing a self-sustaining environmental shell (an atmosphere) on the planet.

I’m not a scientist, so my own ideas for “Greening the Moon” are quite basic in their concept. But there must be be people with expertise who are right now getting excited by the idea. I invite you to post your thoughts and ideas here. Perhaps we can create a community of people who see the value of exploring this concept and people who have the knowledge and expertise to discuss and plan it.

I will post some of my initial thoughts and ideas soon, but I want to get this website off the ground right away. So, this page will suffice for now. But check back soon.

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