Time : 2020-02-28 14:55:52
Điểm: 10/10
One of the first things Neil Armstrong did after stepping onto the Moon was collect some soil. Fifty years later, here it is at the Open University in Milton Keynes. In fact, the OU has been testing Apollo moon rock for decades. Incredible as it sounds, in their latest experiment, PhD student Hannah Sargeant is turning lunar dust into water. In five years' time, thanks to a collaboration between the European Space Agency and the Russians, her experiment could be happening at the south pole of the Moon. It's one of the coldest places in our solar system. They’ll be heating moon rocks to five times the temperature of your oven, so the oxygen inside reacts with hydrogen they’ve brought along - making H2O.

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