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NASA ARES Project: Exploring the Moon Relations

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NASA ARES Project: Exploring the Moon is supplemented by Astronomy Behind the Headlines: Water on the Moon
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A set of annotated links on selected books, articles, and web sites relating to lunar science. Includes a podcast about the search for water on the moon.


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NASA ARES Project: Exploring the Moon is supplemented by http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LCROSS/main/prelim_water_results.html
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A NASA news release dated 11/09/2009 confirms that the LCROSS Mission located the presence of water on the south pole of Earth's Moon.


NASA ARES Project: Exploring the Moon is supplemented by http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2010/mar/HQ_10-055_moon_ice.html
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This NASA news release dated 03/01/2010 confirms that radar aboard India's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft located ice deposits at the Moon's north pole, further evidence of water on the Moon.



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