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NASA investigations in 2020 detected water crystals on the surface of the moon, indicating more water than previously believed may be present and not just in cold, shadowy terrain. (Mark Graves/The Oregonian, file)

Ancient volcanoes on the moon likely left more water than what sits in Lake Michigan — locked in ice beneath the lunar surface — a potential source for astronauts, University of Colorado researchers have concluded in a newly published study.