The title of the article is: The Moon is mysteriously rusting despite lack of air & liquid water.
Yes, and they truly can kiss where The Sun don't shine!
The article states "The researchers posit that trace amounts of oxygen on the Moon are actually run off from the Earth's atmosphere, carried over by the planet's extended magnetic field, known as the magnetotail, hitching a ride some 239,000 miles (385,00 kilometers) to the Moon."
"Trace amounts" of atmosphere??? Would you all like to see "trace amounts"?
The page is a short, easy read, with images: http://www.holloworbs.com/Lunar_Atmosphere.htm
Be sure to catch the fourth image down.
Newtonian gravity does not allow for The Moon to have any gravitational pull to speak f because The Moondoes not have enough mass. But if it is true that gravity effects are caused by electromagnetic attraction and repulsion, then there are no objections to The Moon having a similar amount of gravity per square meter as any other planet does. The gravitation pupull would not be indicated by the density of mass.