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Water and No Water in Moon Samples

 
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A Skull "from" our Moon: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


No.
"Lunar sample 60095 was observed sitting on the lunar
surface while placing the heat flow probe in the deep
drill hole at Apollo 16 (Sutton 1981). It is a glass sphere
that measures about 2.6 cm in diameter and is partly
broken showing large vesicles inside (figure 1). Part
of the surface is covered with micrometeorite craters.
...
See et al. (1986) and Morris et al. (1986) determined
the composition of 60095 (table 1). Ganapathy et al.
(1974) determined trace elements. It is similar in
composition to other glass thought to be ejecta from
South Ray Crater and similar to bulk soil composition
(figure 2)."
[link to curator.jsc.nasa.gov (secure)]
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A Skull "from" our Moon: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


No.
"Lunar sample 60095 was observed sitting on the lunar
surface while placing the heat flow probe in the deep
drill hole at Apollo 16 (Sutton 1981). It is a glass sphere
that measures about 2.6 cm in diameter and is partly
broken showing large vesicles inside (figure 1). Part
of the surface is covered with micrometeorite craters.
...
See et al. (1986) and Morris et al. (1986) determined
the composition of 60095 (table 1). Ganapathy et al.
(1974) determined trace elements. It is similar in
composition to other glass thought to be ejecta from
South Ray Crater and similar to bulk soil composition
(figure 2)."
[link to curator.jsc.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


That skull contains remains of brain cells: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
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A Skull "from" our Moon: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


No.
"Lunar sample 60095 was observed sitting on the lunar
surface while placing the heat flow probe in the deep
drill hole at Apollo 16 (Sutton 1981). It is a glass sphere
that measures about 2.6 cm in diameter and is partly
broken showing large vesicles inside (figure 1). Part
of the surface is covered with micrometeorite craters.
...
See et al. (1986) and Morris et al. (1986) determined
the composition of 60095 (table 1). Ganapathy et al.
(1974) determined trace elements. It is similar in
composition to other glass thought to be ejecta from
South Ray Crater and similar to bulk soil composition
(figure 2)."
[link to curator.jsc.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


That skull contains remains of brain cells: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


Your link is garbage and does not substantiate your ridiculous claim.
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Re: Water and No Water in Moon Samples
Recently Chinese spacecraft brought back some soil samples from our Moon. The samples are found to contain water.

However, the rocks and soils brought back by Apollo astronauts contain no water. NASA used this dry feature to claim the samples are really from our Moon.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil

i remember one of the "moon rocks" from Apollo turned out to be a piece of petrified wood.
I believe it was a moon rock given to the dutch. Not sure

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 Quoting: T-Man


You remember wrong. It did not come from NASA. It was found in the former Dutch prime minister's estate and ASSUMED to be a Moon rock. It may have been given to him by a US ambassador but it was not labeled as a Moon rock and would have been at a time they were not giving out Moon rocks at all and given to a private citizen which was never done.
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However, the rocks and soils brought back by Apollo astronauts contain no water.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


This paper from the 1970s says otherwise.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


Apollo astronauts "brought back" meteorites, not real moon rocks. Experts studying the "moon rocks" say that, not just me.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


Name ONE actual expert that says that.
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A Skull "from" our Moon: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


No.
"Lunar sample 60095 was observed sitting on the lunar
surface while placing the heat flow probe in the deep
drill hole at Apollo 16 (Sutton 1981). It is a glass sphere
that measures about 2.6 cm in diameter and is partly
broken showing large vesicles inside (figure 1). Part
of the surface is covered with micrometeorite craters.
...
See et al. (1986) and Morris et al. (1986) determined
the composition of 60095 (table 1). Ganapathy et al.
(1974) determined trace elements. It is similar in
composition to other glass thought to be ejecta from
South Ray Crater and similar to bulk soil composition
(figure 2)."
[link to curator.jsc.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


That skull contains remains of brain cells: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


Your link is garbage and does not substantiate your ridiculous claim.
 Quoting: Astromut


Learn something about brain cells.
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However, the rocks and soils brought back by Apollo astronauts contain no water.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


This paper from the 1970s says otherwise.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


Apollo astronauts "brougt back" mostly rocks (in fact, Martian meteorites). Soil was less than 10% (?). Water in those soil was found to be same or similar to the water of meteorites (see the first paragraph in the abstract in your own link). Those soil contains negligible water amount. Otherwise, why did NASA claim the "moon rocks" are bone dry (containing almost no water) and cited the point to claim they are really from the moon? In fact, water vapor are all over our moon. Water ice and liquid water are also on our moon.
Check it and you will find NASA wrong about their claim.

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THE FOLLOWING ALBUM SHOWS MOON ROCKS CONTAIN FOSSILS, WHICH EVIDENCE THE ROCKS DID NOT ORIGINATE FROM THE MOON:
[link to m.xuite.net (secure)]
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09/18/2022 05:39 AM
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 Quoting: New Atlantis


That face when they tell you Earth is large and flat but tiny spherical orbiting balls of light make life possible on it.
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No.
"Lunar sample 60095 was observed sitting on the lunar
surface while placing the heat flow probe in the deep
drill hole at Apollo 16 (Sutton 1981). It is a glass sphere
that measures about 2.6 cm in diameter and is partly
broken showing large vesicles inside (figure 1). Part
of the surface is covered with micrometeorite craters.
...
See et al. (1986) and Morris et al. (1986) determined
the composition of 60095 (table 1). Ganapathy et al.
(1974) determined trace elements. It is similar in
composition to other glass thought to be ejecta from
South Ray Crater and similar to bulk soil composition
(figure 2)."
[link to curator.jsc.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


That skull contains remains of brain cells: [link to photo.xuite.net (secure)]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


Your link is garbage and does not substantiate your ridiculous claim.
 Quoting: Astromut


Learn something about brain cells.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


You clearly have no idea who you're talking to.
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However, the rocks and soils brought back by Apollo astronauts contain no water.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


This paper from the 1970s says otherwise.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu (secure)]
 Quoting: Astromut


Apollo astronauts "brougt back" mostly rocks (in fact, Martian meteorites). Soil was less than 10% (?). Water in those soil was found to be same or similar to the water of meteorites (see the first paragraph in the abstract in your own link). Those soil contains negligible water amount. Otherwise, why did NASA claim the "moon rocks" are bone dry (containing almost no water) and cited the point to claim they are really from the moon? In fact, water vapor are all over our moon. Water ice and liquid water are also on our moon.
Check it and you will find NASA wrong about their claim.
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


It's like you didn't read the paper I linked...
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