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Why scientists want to microwave the moon

The moon isn’t a hospitable place for humans because it lacks air and protection from space. Plus, the dust on the moon is so thin that it can damage the equipment we send there. Now, scientists are working on solving this problem using microwave technology. This approach could help us with future missions. But how will it work?

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