The satellite, known as Lcross (pronounced L-cross), slammed into
a crater near the Moon’s south pole a month ago. The impact
carved out a hole 60 to 100 feet wide and kicked up at least 24
gallons of water.
“We got more than just whiff,” said Peter H. Schultz, a
professor of geological sciences at Brown University and a
co-investigator of the mission. “We practically tasted it with