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Not long ago, NASA crashed a rocket into the surface of the moon and examined the resulting cloud of dust looking for traces of water. After the announcement that there are traces of water on our nearest celestial neighbor, the agency discovered they had evidence of water year ago, but were not aware of it. Recently, a team of researchers used an electron microprobe to bombard samples of lunar materials brought back during the Apollo missions. The results revealed magna from the moon contains traces of water. Water was there all along.

Forty years ago, when the Apollo program landed men on the moon and brought back lunar rocks, technology was not advanced enough to detect water in those rocks. Researchers say they are still not sure where the water came from. The source could be ice-covered comets that have collided with the moon over the years. Another possibility is that water was present on the moon when it was formed. New technologies may reveal more information in the years to come. Gary Lofgren, lunar curator at NASA’s Johnson Space Center said, “Only in the last decade have instruments become sensitive enough to even analyze water at those kinds of concentrations.”

--Study: Apollo Moon Rocks Contained Water All Along,; March 14, 2010, Illustration by Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell.

We don’t need better technology to see all God has provided, we just need to open our eyes and hearts.

Acts 14:16-17 (NIV) “In the past, he let all nations go their own way. (17) Yet he has not left himself without testimony: He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy."

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