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Moon lacked a magnetic field for nearly all its history – new research resolves mystery sparked by rocks brought back on Apollo

By John Tarduno, Professor of Geophysics, University of Rochester
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Without a magnetic field, the Moon’s surface is exposed to solar wind. These could have been depositing resources like water and potential rocket fuel on the Moon’s surface for billions of years.


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