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Lunar Craters May Be Heavily Electrified
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Lunar Craters May Be Heavily Electrified
Newly released data from NASA''s Lunar Science Institute indicates that the solar wind may be creating charges in the hundreds of volts at certain regions near the lunar poles.


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Posted by nova on June 30, 2011
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