When the moon is past its full phase, stay up late and observe the enormous, dark oval that lies close to its western edge.
It was referred to the Renaissance astronomers as the Ocean of Storms, or Oceanus Procellarum, despite the fact that it was a hundred times drier than the world's most dry desert.
Two recent studies—one Chinese and the other American.
They indicate that lunar soil may contain significantly more water than was previously thought by current space experts.
Mission managers shouldn't change the plans for NASA's Artemis program.
Which is still seeking for ice in shadowed craters close to the moon's south pole because it is still extremely dry there.
However, scientists think the new data is interesting and warrants additional investigation.