Using lunar water as much as possible could make the difference in the plan to colonize our satellite. Here’s why, in a NASA video
The water on the Moon, in the form of ice and concentrated at the two poles, is a discovery about ten years ago. We do not yet know how it got there (perhaps the clash with a comet, or some asteroids) and yet scientists have been at work for a while to study how to exploit it in view of the imminent return of the human being to the satellite.
Not only for a matter of survival, but also for the propulsion of the means and, in general, for producing energy. In this video, released in these days by NASA, we see closely all the research fronts involved on the topic, from the exploration boats to the plan to really colonize the Moon.