Envisioning the Moon as a Launch Pad to Explore the Outer Solar System

For years, Arlin Crotts has been an iconoclast among his peers in the world of lunar science. His beliefs that the moon must have water and could possibly supply all the elements necessary to sustain life were considered unconventional to say the least.
Over the years, however, scientific research has begun to validate many of Crotts’ hypotheses. Water vapor, in the form of ice trapped in soil on the surface of the moon, was discovered in 2009. About then, according to Crotts, people stopped calling him crazy.

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