Scientists have found water inside glass beads on the moon, which were scattered by tiny meteorites. The discovery was made by analyzing lunar soil brought back by China’s Chang’e-5 spacecraft. The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, found that the glass beads could be a prime water reservoir candidate, able to drive the lunar surface water cycle. The water content in the glass beads is equivalent to half a kilogram of water inside a tonne of impacting glass beads, according to the Science and Technology Daily. The study suggests that the water could be used for future lunar exploration.