Character and Spatial Distribution of OH/H2O on the Surface of the Moon Seen by M3 on Chandrayaan-1

@article{Pieters2009CharacterAS,
  title={Character and Spatial Distribution of OH/H2O on the Surface of the Moon Seen by M3 on Chandrayaan-1},
  author={C. Pieters and J. Goswami and R. Clark and M. Annadurai and J. Boardman and B. Buratti and J.-P. Combe and M. D. Dyar and R. Green and J. Head and C. Hibbitts and M. Hicks and P. Isaacson and R. Klima and G. Kramer and S. Kumar and E. Livo and S. Lundeen and E. Malaret and T. McCord and J. Mustard and J. Nettles and N. Petro and C. Runyon and M. Staid and J. Sunshine and L. A. Taylor and S. Tompkins and P. Varanasi},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={326},
  pages={568 - 572}
}
  • C. Pieters, J. Goswami, +26 authors P. Varanasi
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Science
  • Lunar Water The Moon has been thought to be primarily anhydrous, although there has been some evidence for accumulated ice in permanently shadowed craters near its poles (see the Perspective by Lucey, published online 24 September). By analyzing recent infrared mapping by Chandrayaan-1 and Deep Impact, and reexamining Cassini data obtained during its early flyby of the Moon, Pieters et al. (p. 568, published online 24 September), Sunshine et al. (p. 565, published online 24 September), and… CONTINUE READING

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