Japan’s lunar probe discovers moon cave, which may be optimal base for space exploration

Observation data collected by Japan’s lunar orbiter Kaguya has found a cave stretching about 50 km (30 miles) on the moon that could potentially serve as a shelter for astronauts on future missions, an international research team including the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has said.The cave could protect astronauts from radiation from the sun and … Continue reading Japan’s lunar probe discovers moon cave, which may be optimal base for space exploration