NASA and the secrets of the moon

We know very well that the origin of the Earth, despite having many theories, represents an enigma for humanity. The activity of the specialists in closing several chapters of this edition that goes back to the history of the planet is praiseworthy. This time we will talk about NASA and the secrets of the moon, those that we did not know .

Many of those mysteries that are related to the Earth reside on the moon because its geology is scarce and therefore attracts the attention of astronauts who want to investigate beyond what they know through theories . Some minerals emanating from the globe come from the moon.

The water of the South Pole

It should be mentioned that the evolution of the solar system in relation to the null activities existing on the moon is not possible to investigate from the axis of the Earth. For that, the most curious will have to take off there to determine the secrets exactly.

To begin with, we will notice the water found at the South Pole of the moon, thanks to a gigantic crater that stores this liquid. The sun is not able to penetrate this space, therefore, it will never dry its waters because the moon is perpendicular to its location.

Martínez Frías, clarifies that it is not the only presentation of water on the moon because throughout its existence, the collision of comets has generated liquid there or the diffusion of rocks that inside it they store. The truth of the matter is that this Pole is full of water with no chance of disappearing due to the action of the sun.

How did the moon facilitate life on Earth?

The moon plays a very important role on the planet, mainly by creating tides in the form of oscillating with the waters of the sea; "a positive fact that adds life to humanity" explains Dr. Ocampo. It's such a healthy movement that it carries a generous amount of minerals and nutrients that the entire world needs to survive.

What if we had a static ocean on Earth? The chances of living would be low because there is no entry of minerals or nutrients that only the tides are capable of transporting.

Why are Venus and Earth so different if they have the same size and composition? They even have similar oceans, but they lack a natural satellite that stabilizes the transport processes in any amount of food substances. For example, the proximity of the sun on Venus melts a portion of lead. They are twin planets, the swaying of the moon being synonymous with stability in the waters.

And what about its caves?

In fact, the moon has some caves caused by the circulation of burning lava, revealing two holes that are very positive for creating new natural habitats in the distant future. They are a kind of tubes that cooled when the lava ceased to be persistent in this natural satellite.



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