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Why the Helium couldnt escape the Moon's atmosphere?Under what cirumstances He3 can exist ?If once there was an any sense of atmoshere or was part of a planet having atmosphere then heavier gases should have been found.Is moon a remnant of a Helium Star which exploded deep in the past and was captured by the Earth?
but why earth is not having enough He3?
There is a flaw ...If the earth is not able draw the He3 towards the surface then how is it possible that the Moon with fraction of gravity can carry He3 in its atmosphere?
Note that He3 is a inert gas and can easlily reach the Earth using osmosis.He3 is like a ball which has no relation with air. A single atom of He3 can always find its natural center of gravity...
So you mean to say that He3 is not natural feature of Moon.Its availability in the atmosphere is subjected to a process which involves Sun ?
Without which Moon can not keep its atmosphere.Is that correct?