Detection of Water in the LCROSS Ejecta Plume

@article{Colaprete2010DetectionOW,
  title={Detection of Water in the LCROSS Ejecta Plume},
  author={A. Colaprete and P. Schultz and J. Heldmann and D. Wooden and M. Shirley and K. Ennico and B. Hermalyn and W. Marshall and A. Ricco and R. Elphic and D. Goldstein and D. Summy and G. Bart and E. Asphaug and D. Korycansky and D. Landis and L. Sollitt},
  journal={Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={330},
  pages={463 - 468}
}
Watering the Moon About a year ago, a spent upper stage of an Atlas rocket was deliberately crashed into a crater at the south pole of the Moon, ejecting a plume of debris, dust, and vapor. The goal of this event, the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) experiment, was to search for water and other volatiles in the soil of one of the coldest places on the Moon: the permanently shadowed region within the Cabeus crater. Using ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared… Expand
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