This historic search will help scientists to know the status of water on the surface of the Moon. Along with this, information about the past and the days of the moon will also be available.

In a NASA study of the American Space Agency, it has been revealed that the water flows during the meteor shower in the moon. This study can prove to be very useful for the future because the presence of water will increase the chances of life on the moon.

NASA Robotics mission

This historic landmark from the meteorites has been done by the 'Lunar Effective and Dust Environment Explorer' (LADE), which is NASA's campaign.

LADE is a NASA Robotics mission that seeks to explore the possibility of life on the Moon's surface from October 2013 to April 2014 for the Moon Orbits. It has been found that the moon is discharged during the meteor shower.

The LADEE project is underway at NASA's Ames Research Center in California-based Silicon Valley. Richard Elphic, a scientist associated with this project, said, "The amount of H2O (water) and OH is not found on the Moon most of the time, but steam is detected when the meteorite passes through the Moon.

H2O and OH automatically expire as the meteor body passes. This has been said in NASA's press release. This study of water and steam on the Moon has appeared in Nature Geoscience, prepared by Mehdi Bena of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

According to NASA, this historical find will help scientists to know the status of water on the surface of the moon. Along with this, information about the past and the days of the moon will be available. Knowing the water will also inform you whether there is ice in the crater located on the moon or not. However, scientists engaged in this project have rejected the fact that the water on and around the surface of the Earth is the result of meteorites.

Scientists certainly believe that some part of the water in the atmosphere came from the moon's meteorites, but it can not be considered entirely accurate.

NASA gives awards

On the other hand, NASA has given awards to three Indian teams as their Human Exploration Rover Challenge. Under this challenge, high school and college students are called to make and test the flying aircraft for future expeditions on the Moon and Mars.

According to, NASA said in a statement that the team of KIET Group of Institutions in Ghaziabad of Uttar Pradesh won the 'AIA Neil Armstrong Best Design Award' which is given for the best system designed to meet the needs of the Rover Challenge

In Mumbai, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering of Mumbai has won 'Frank Joe Saxton Memorial Pitt Crew Award.' The team of the Lovely Professional University of Phagwara, Punjab gave the 'Stem Engagement Award' given on rocket and other space-related topics. About 100 teams participated in this competition. In the record number of countries including the United States, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, and Peru participated.