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Moon "bombing" to probe water

On Friday that is today 9th September, 2009 a NASA spacecraft known as Centaur will crash on the South pole of Moon with a force that will throw 350 tonnes of lunar debris and create a 13-foot-deep-crater.

Soon four minutes after the crash another spacecraft Shepherding will fly through the debris and crashland on Moon's surface.

These Four minutes will decide about the preparation of 3 years , space travel of four months . A whopping $79 million has been invested on the preparation.

If LCROSS proves water resides on the Moon, it could be a boon for engineers in the early stages of planning for a human return to the lunar surface.

The impact will be observed by observatories all over the world.

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3 Responses to “Moon "bombing" to probe water”

Rocky Garcia said...
October 9, 2009 at 4:31 AM

I like this post Shab! Just one question, what would be the reason of this?

John David said...
October 9, 2009 at 4:38 PM

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lawmacs said...
October 10, 2009 at 12:08 PM

Thanks i am just waiting for the outcome it would be great to see man returned to the moon with more modern technology today we would have a better understanding if there is a posibility on human habiting on the moon thanks for taking the time to keep us updated


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