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Pommie

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Bloody hell, 32oz per ton? That's nearly damp.

How do you collect that then?
Take 1 ton of moon dust,
Heat to 100C,
Cool vapours with ice, :D
Collect the drops.

However, some is better than none.

Mike.
 
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Techie7

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drinking water in moon

Bloody hell, 32oz per ton? That's nearly damp.

How do you collect that then?
Take 1 ton of moon dust,
Heat to 100C,
Cool vapours with ice,
Collect the drops.

However, some is better than none.

Mike.
I'd heat the ice itself :D
 

HiTech

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Wait a minute here... years of Apollo missions, along with men walking on the lunar surface and NASA just recently discovers water molecules at the poles without having to park a craft on the moon?:confused:
I want a refund of my tax dollars from way back then!:mad:
 

Sceadwian

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They can't help it HiTech, digital imaging and processing has come so far since then it's ridiculous. Just look at Hubble, it's been getting better and better every time they go near the thing and most of that is just upgrades to the image sensors.
 
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