1. Meteorite showers can blast water right out of the Moon, NASA finds (VIDEO)  RT
  2. Meteor showers dig up water on the moon  Science News
  3. Weird amounts of water seen spewing from the moon  National Geographic
  4. Water Released from Moon During Meteor Showers  NASA Goddard
  5. The Moon Loses Water When Meteoroids Smack the Lunar Surface  Space.com
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The Moon’s surface bears the scars of eons of meteorite blasts, but these space rock strikes are also the key to an incredible new discovery about our satellite: it expels drops of water during meteorite showers.The Moon’s surface bears the scars of eons of meteorite blasts, but these space rock strikes are also the key to an incredible new discovery about our satellite: it expels drops of water during meteorite showers.

Meteorite showers can blast water right out of the Moon, NASA finds (VIDEO) — RT World News

Our lunar companion seems to have an ancient reservoir of water just a few centimeters below its surface, NASA data suggest.Our lunar companion seems to have an ancient reservoir of water just a few centimeters below its surface, NASA data suggest.

Weird amounts of water seen spewing from the moon

Meteoroid impacts regularly liberate puffs of water vapor from the moon, suggesting that minuscule amounts of water may lurk just under the entire lunar surface, a new study finds.

The Moon Loses Water When Meteoroids Smack the Lunar Surface | Space

"A rock" hit the moon Sunday night, and only a few people noticed it. It was a meteoroid."A rock" hit the moon Sunday night, and only a few people noticed it. It was a meteoroid.

That flash during the super blood wolf moon was a meteoroid crash

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Meteors slamming into the Moon reveal underground water | Astronomy.com

Researchers from NASA and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, report that streams of meteoroids striking the Moon infuse the thin lunar atmosphere with a short-lived ...

Meteoroid strikes eject precious water from moon

Doctor Mehdi Benna, of NASA, Washington and her team has suggested that small meteors which crash into the moon cause it to leak water from the lunar subsoil into the lunar exosphere.Doctor Mehdi Benna, of NASA, Washington and her team has suggested that small meteors which crash into the moon cause it to leak water from the lunar subsoil into the lunar exosphere.

The ‘crying’ moon: Small meteors are hitting the surface | Daily Mail Online

Impacts shake loose ancient water in lunar soilImpacts shake loose ancient water in lunar soil

The moon is losing 200 tons of water a year to meteorite strikes | Science | AAAS

Meteorites release water from the moon’s soil, hinting that the moon has water buried all across its surface.Meteorites release water from the moon’s soil, hinting that the moon has water buried all across its surface.

Meteor showers dig up water on the moon | Science News

New NASA research shows that meteoroid strikes are digging up and vaporizing the Moon's already-scarce stores of surface water.New NASA research shows that meteoroid strikes are digging up and vaporizing the Moon's already-scarce stores of surface water.

New NASA research shows that meteoroid strikes are digging up and vaporizing the Moon's already-scarce stores of surface water.

Meteoroid Strikes Smash Water out of the Moon's Surface

The small space rocks that regularly pepper the moon are squeezing water from the lunar surface, perfuming the thin lunar atmosphere with ephemeral vapors.The small space rocks that regularly pepper the moon are squeezing water from the lunar surface, perfuming the thin lunar atmosphere with ephemeral vapors.

Meteor strikes eject water from lunar surface - UPI.com