When Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon in 1969, the terrestrial satellite was still unaware of it. Over the past 50 years, researchers have gained some intense and strange insights into the moon.
The moon is wet than thought. During NASA's "Apollo" program days, the moon was considered to be bone dry. In 1994, NASA's investigation "Clementine" provided water signals in the cavity craters. Ten years ago, the NASA moon mission "Elcroscope" discovered the ice of water in the eternal cruel waste on the Earth's Moon's South Pole. Finds more towards the moon. Ralph Jamnan, head of the Berlin Institute for Planetary Research at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), said: "There is probably the amount of water between Constance and Caspian Sea on the Moon." "When you re-analyzed the lunar rocks samples from the Apollo program, you actually actually saw water pockets in it." It is not clear where the moon comes from, and it is one of the questions for future mission.
In the Water Factory:
The permanent flow of one particle from the Sun goes into space. These so-called solar winds include the electronically charged hydrogen nuclei and patrons lying on the Moon, due to lack of magnetic field. When the effects of micrometrial rocks dissolve there, oxygen is released and water forms with hydrogen from the solar wind – but the resulting amount is small.
"Apollo" mission has brought about 380 kilograms of moon rocks on Earth. Jaaman says, "half of these have been analyzed." "The first analysis was surprising at the time, because they showed that the Moon content is similar to the crust and mantle of the earth." Obviously, celestial objects are both common roots. According to the Jew, the Moon's samples are the most important scientific achievements of the "Apollo" mission. The nature of the rock showed that the moon should be completely once or completely dissolved.
The surprising similarity of the Moon and the Earth's rocks caused the question of the formation of the Moon again. Today, most researchers believe that almost a devastating collision of Mars-sized celestial body has dipped the moon from the young Earth. "The effect theory can explain a lot, but not everything," says Urs Moll, a scientist at the planet Planck Institute's Max Planck Institute's Solar System Research Research Center. "There are so many effects in recent principles that are taken into consideration."
There is no plate tectonic on the Moon and there is no atmosphere on Earth, it is a collection of Earth's history. The mall says, "If you want to know something about the distant past of our planet, then Moon is the place of choice." "Earth's history is literally carved in stone." For example, it can be seen on those affected by the Moon, when the inner solar system lowers the bombings of the universe with meteors so much that it allows the creation of life.
"In 1994, the U.S. Chandra investigation" Clementine "delivered the first moon chart, which gives an idea of Earth's astronomy," says Mole. There are some raw materials like metal in the Moon's land, but it is not economically feasible to use on Earth. Jaman explains, "Raw material for use on the moon can be interesting." "If you want to extract water from the melting of the cliffs, you get materials like aluminum and the moon's land is something like cement. Export gas can be just a gentle gas-3: it is the desired fuel for future nuclear fuel power plants and Solar wind accumulates in the Moon's soil.
The moon goes down 3.8 centimeters from Earth every year. Because there is a recruitment. Sea water is fed to the ebay and flow costs, and it is fed by the rotational power of the Earth-Moon system. The "Apollo" mission has left the mirrors on Earth's satellite, which can be determined by the distance of a laser beam, a certain moon. Precision measurements show that Chandra is less than two meters above Armstrong's landing today.
Moon dust, called regolith, is upset. "Apollo" astronauts report light breathing symptoms such as sneezing, throat pain, and water eyes that visit Earth's satellite. So far, the last man on the moon, Harrison Schmidt, talks about "Chandra Hey Fever". Because there were small dust particles in the moon, which stopped due to their electrostatic charge on the suites and equipment of the astronauts and so were ferries in space. Due to the lack of atmosphere and the wind and weather on the Moon, these rigolith particles are not rounded like earth but very sharp edges. In laboratory experiments with cell cultures on Earth, simulated radiolithic particles have killed cells and due to genetic damage – like asbestos.
Erdrebant has fallen by the current 100 meters in geology. This shows the existence of rocks and breaklines in the terrestrial satellite, which photographed NASA's "Lunar Reconcades Orbiter". The reason is the coolness of our partner, who makes contracts and wrinkles like dehydrated grapes. The moon's crust is not as flexible as a grapes berries, so it sometimes breaks. The moon, which was considered a geological dead celestial body at "Apollo", may still be active today.
Armstrong and Company's footprint can still be found on Ertrebenten. They are not for perfection. Micrometoirites sow the Moon's soil much faster than expected. This NASA moon probe is shown by the measurement of "Lunar Reconciliation Orbiter" ("LNS"), which has reported more than 47,000 new rashes on the Moon surface in seven years. Arizona State University investigator Emerson Spirere said in a statement to publish a scientific analysis that before starting the Alon in 2009, we felt that it would take thousands of years to significantly change the surface of the Moon. "However, we have found that the top surface surface of the surface will be fully transmitted in about 80,000 years."