Water in the moon

New evidence suggests that although there is no water on the Moon, there may well be water in the Moon. Satellite data analyzed a team at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, USA, demonstrates for the first time that water might be present within ancient explosive volcanic deposits on the Moon, suggesting that its interior contains substantial amounts of water. The key question now is whether or not those samples brought back by Apollo astronauts represent the bulk conditions of the lunar interior or an unusual or perhaps anomalous water-rich region within an otherwise "dry" lunar mantle,” explains lead author of the new research Ralph Milliken.