Japan discovers tunnel on moon

The Japanese Space Agency says Japan’s lunar orbiter has discovered a tunnel on the moon that could be used to shield astronauts while they build an exploration base. The agency, known as Jaxa, says a cave originally identified several years ago is in fact a long 50km underground cavity. New Scientist’s Rowan Hooper tells us what the discovery means.

Japan discovers tunnel on moon
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