China Finds Signs of Water in 

Moon's 'Ocean of Storms'

Chinese scientists found 

signs of water in samples from a lava plain on the moon, bringing them closer to understanding its origin there

Scientists said they analyzed

remnants of solidified lava known as the "Ocean of Storms" and found evidence of water in the form of hydroxyl

 Hydroxyl, comprising a 

single hydrogen atom and an oxygen atom versus two hydrogen to one oxygen in a water molecule

Most of the water on the moon

was the result of chemical processes triggered by bombardment of charged particles from the sun on moon surface

The Chinese samples

suggest that little or none of the hydroxyl in them was from "extraneous sources", they said..

 China is expected 

to launch more uncrewed lunar missions in coming years, with the study of water one of the objectives.

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