NASA: Traces of lava on the moon






A very important announcement was made by NASA. As it was reported, lava residues were found in holes found near the North Pole of the Moon, which may indicate that there was solid water at these points.
One of the experts explained that the possibility of ice in the subsoil beneath the discovered lava columns is great.

If the scientists’ assumptions are confirmed, given that the “dark side” of the moon is protected from the Sun’s radiation and water sources in the subsoil, this point will be the most likely location for the first human colony to be built off Earth.






As reported in the scientific report, lava residues that have been identified are the result of volcanic activity many millions of years ago. This may mean that the Moon was once an active planet or even a celestial body.

NASA has recorded at least 200 lava columns, which are depicted differently from the craters formed after the fall of meteors and other celestial bodies on the surface of the “dead” moon.
The area where the lava columns were discovered is about 550 kilometers from the Northern Pole of the Moon. Research continues with data collection and measurement.