Scientists find huge cave on the moon which “could house a lunar colony”

Source: Yahoo! 7 News

“A fissure beneath the moon’s surface was spotted by a radar instrument on Japan’s Selenological and Engineering Explorer (SELENE) probe, and is about 50 kilometres long. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said that the fissure, located beneath the domes of the moon’s Marius Hills, may be an ancient subterranean lava tube. JAXA senior researcher Junichi Haruyama said that such lava tubes might be the ‘might be the best candidate sites for future lunar bases’ — shielding future explorers from the moon’s wildly fluctuating temperatures, and the barrage of cosmic radiation on the surface.” (10/21/17)