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Vast Amounts of Water Discovered on Moon




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shuangsila在 整理的参考文本:
NASA scientists have discovered not just a little water on the moon but vast amount of water. And John Berman is here on what they found what it means.

In just this one moon crater, the equivalent of one billion gallons of water, enough to fill 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. And if there is that much in one crater, there is no telling how much more there is on the moon as a whole. But scientists say much more than they ever imaged.

This is all the result of a flashy 79-million-dollar experiment NASA launched last year, the so-called “moon bombing”. The idea was to send a rocket crash into a crater and then analyze the make-up of the dust cloud. The whole world watched expecting some kind of the spectacular explosion. The visuals turned out to be a dud, but the science a huge splash. It kicked up ice particles containing 50% more water than their highest predictions. Why did this matter? With that much water astronauts could live off the land. The melted-down water could supply a hypothetical lunar base.


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flashy: adj. tastelessly showy 浮华的

dud: n. an event that fails badly or is totally ineffectual 失败的事

hypothetical: adj. based on hypothesis 假设的,假定的


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Homework:
NASA scientists have discovered not just a little water on the moon but vast amount of water. And John B is here on what they found and what means.
In just this one moon crater, the equivalent of one billion gallons of water, enought to fill 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. And if there is that amount in one crater, there is no telling how much more there is on the moon as a hole. But scientists say much more than they ever imaged.
This is all the result of a flash 79 million dollars experiment NASA launced last year, the so-called moon bombing. The idea was to send a rocket crash into a crater and then el the makeup of a dust cloud. The whole world watched expecting some kind of sepctacular explosion. The visuals turned out to be a dud but the sicence a huge splash. It keep up ice particles containing 50 percent more water than their highest predictions. Why did this matter? With that much water astronauts could leave off the land. The melt-done water could supply a hypothetic lunar bease
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[Homework]2010-10-23&10-24 ABC Video News

NASA scientists had discovered not just a little water on the Moon, but vast amount of water. And John Buermer is here on what they found are what means.
In just this one Moon crater, the equivalent of one billion gallons of water and not to fill 1,500 Olympics * swimming pools. And there is that much in Moon crater, there is no telling how much more the raise on the Moon as a hole. But scientists say much more than the ever imagined.
This is all the result of the flashy 79 million dollars experiment NASA launched last year, the so-called Moon Booming. The idea was to send a rocket crashing into a crater and then analysed the make-up of the dust cloud. The whole world was expecting some kind of spectecular explosion. The visuals turned down to be a *, but the science, a huge blush. It kicked up ice particles containing 57 percent more waters than their highest predictions.
Why is this matter with that much water astronauts could leave off the land, the melty * water could supply a high * lunar base?

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[Homework]2010-10-23&10-24 ABC Video News

NASA scientists have discovered not just a little water on the moon, but vast amount of water. And John Berman is here on what they found and that means.

In just this one moon crater, the equivalent of one billion gallons of water, enough to fill 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. And if it's that much in one crater, there's no telling how much more there is on the moon as a whole. But scientists say much more than they ever imagined.

This all the result of a flashy 79-million-dollar experiment NASA launched last year, the so-called moon bombing. The idea was to send a rocket crushing into a crater and then analyse the make-up of the dust cloud. The whole world watched, expecting some kind of spetacular explosion. The visuals turned out to be a dud, but the science, a huge splash. It kicked up ice particles containing 15% more water than their highest positions. Why did this matter? With that much water, astronauts could live off the land. The melted down water could supply a high pathetical lunar base.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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   NASA scientists have discovered not just little water on the moon but vast amounts of water.And John Bones what they found out what does it means.
   In just this one moon creater that equivalent a one billion gallons of water that 15 hunred Olympic* swimming pool and if there that much one creater,there's not telling how much more that is on the moon as a whole.But the scientists say much more than it ever imagined.This is all the results of *179million dollars experiments that lanched last year,the so called "moon *".Their idea was to send a rocket crash into the*and analyse the makeup of the dust cloud.The whole world watched despiting some kind of spectacular explosion.The vision turned out to be a *but science are huge*.It came up ice * containing 15 percents more water than their high *.Why this matters with that much water extra cool*live up the land.The *down water could supply high **base.
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    NASA scientists have discovered not just a little water on the moon but vast amount of water. And John B is here on what they found and what it means.
    In just this one moon crater, the equivalent of one billion gallons of water, enough to fill 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. And if there is that much in one crater, there is no telling how much more there is on the moon as a whole. But scientists say much more than they ever imaged.
    This is all the result of a flashy 79-million-dollars experiment NASA launched last year, the so-called “moon bombing”. The idea was to send a rocket crash into a crater and then analyze the makeup of a dust cloud. The whole world watched expecting some kind of a spectacular explosion. The visuals turned out to be a dud but the science a huge splash. It kicked up ice particles containing 50 percent more water than their highest predictions. Why did this matter? With that much water astronauts could live off the land. The melted-down water could supply a hypothetical lunar base.
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NASA  scientists had discovered  not just  a little water on the moon ,but vast amount of water.And John B is   here on what they found and what it means.In just this  one moon crater,the equivalent of  one bilion gallons of water,enough to fill 15 hundrends Olympic-sized swimming pools.And if there is that much in one crater, there is no telling how much more there is on the moon as a whole. But scientists say much more than they ever imaged.This is all the result of flashy 79 milion dollars experiment NASA launched last year,the so called moon bombing.The idea was desend a rocket crash into a crater and then analyz makeup of a  duck cloud.The whole world watched expecting some kind of   spectacular explosure.The visuals  turned out to be a dud,but the science a huge splash.It kicked   up ice particles containing 50 percent  more water than thier highest pretictions.Why did this matter?With that much water astronauts could live off the land .The melted-down water could supply a hypothetical lunar base.
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