testThe moon is said to have been the source of life-sustaining materials from the time plants first appeared on Earth. It was studied by a lunar orbiter launched from Japan.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the Kaguya in 2007.
Dr. Kentaro Terada of Osaka University studied data from the lunar orbiter, also known as the Selenological and Engineering Explorer, or Kaguya. They found oxygen-rich isotopes found on Earth in the lunar soil.