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Water found in rocks on Moon

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Scientists have found evidence that there is much more water on the Moon than previously thought.

The water is not in liquid form, but is bound up in the Moon's rocks.

However Nasa has said this means it may be enough to sustain human life on the lunar surface.

Pallab Ghosh reports.

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