The moon is getting rusty. And it actually takes rocket science to understand the phenomenon.
There are plenty of iron-rich rocks on the moon -- but rust is only produced when iron is exposed to oxygen and water.
The dichotomy has been solved by researchers, who have enough evidence to prove their findings.
India's lunar probe, Chandrayaan-1, orbited the moon in 2008, and gathered data that said there are water molecules on its surface.