The moon's secret weapon

11/12/2013 | New Yorker (free content), The

The dust on the moon's surface is confounding, Kate Greene writes. Lunar dust is made of razor-sharp rock fragments that smell like gunpowder, cling to everything, eat through vacuum seals and mysteriously billow up to form clouds that extend up to 60 miles from the moon's surface, Greene writes.

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