Reactions Science Videos | June 19, 2019
After walking on the Moon astronauts hopped back into their lunar lander, bringing Moon dust with them. They were surprised, and perplexed, to find that it smelled like spent gunpowder. This week on Reactions, learn why Moon dust might smell like the aftermath of a Civil War reenactment.
The Mysterious Smell of Moondust
The Moon Smells: Apollo Astronauts Describe Lunar Aroma
Fireworks Fashion, Extraterrestrial Smells
The Chemistry of Combustion and Arson
Trying to Rest
Wake-up for EVA-2
The Effects of Lunar Dust on EVA SystemsDuring the Apollo Missions
What a Little Moon Dust Can Do
The Chemical Composition of Lunar Soil
Breathing lunar dust could pose health risk to future astronauts
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HOW THE MOON MAKES WATER: A CONCEPTUAL VIEW.
Lunar dust and lunar simulant activation and monitoring
Physicochemical properties of respirable-size lunar dust
Moon Dust Is Super Toxic to Human Cells
The Mystery of Moon Dust
Assessing Toxicity and Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA Damage Caused by Exposure of Mammalian Cells to Lunar Regolith Simulants
Lunar surface: Dust dynamics and regolith mechanics
NASA’s Dirty Secret: Moon Dust
The Chemical Reactivity of Lunar Dust Relevant to Human Exploration of the Moon
The Lunar Regolith
NASA's Dirty Secret: Moon Dust
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