# Water on the Moon!

In this moon learning exercise, students read about the data collected from the Deep Impact/EPOXI and Cassini missions to the moon that have detected the presence of hydroxyl molecules under the moon's polar craters. Students solve 4 problems and determine the surface volume of the moon, the metric tons of regolith on the moon, and the liters and gallons of water that could be recovered from the moon.

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