NASA to Make Water on the Moon and Oxygen on Mars

NASA Astronaut Jack Schmitt digs and rakes out material on the lunar surface during the 1972 Apollo 17 mission (Credits: NASA)

NASA Astronaut Jack Schmitt digs and rakes out material on the lunar surface during the 1972 Apollo 17 mission (Credits: NASA)

BY IRENE KLOTZ, Discovery News

NASA is planning missions to demonstrate how to make water on the moon and oxygen on Mars.

The initiatives are part of an evolving space exploration strategy that relies on indigenous resources, primarily to make rocket fuel for the return trip home.

 
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*Source: News.Discovery.com

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