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The exact location of Lake Armstrong has not been established, but I would think the Federation has more respect for history than to flood the site of the first lunar landing with water.


That would result in a near-instantaneous boiling off into space, in the moon's atmospheric micro-pressure. Calling 'Lake Armstrong' a lake is as literal as calling lunar maria "seas". ProfessorTrek 21:28, August 8, 2011 (UTC)




The impression given in First Contact is that the Moon is terraformed, so presumably there is now an atmosphere so the water wouldn't boil off. Alternatively I would assume Lake Armstrong is contained within a "bubble" structure on the moon, large enough to be visible from earth. Obviously this would be pressurised allowing the water lake.

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