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  • Maverick1701
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    that is pretty normal, they did it to an an asteroid/meteor a few years back

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  • Jere
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    [QUOTE=JasperST;2014396]I watch it, it was pretty exiting. QUOTE]

    Yeah, I read this and thought it went all the way through and came out pretty.

    I'ts been a long day.

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  • MN85
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    NASA's strike on moon worked, mission official says

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/space/1...ash/index.html

    "NASA said Friday's rocket and satellite strike on the moon was a success, kicking up enough dust for scientists to determine whether or not there is water on the moon."

    cool....

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  • asullivan
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    You Damndable FoolS, all of's yea......



    Yes, YES, A Damn checkEr board Moon Man......

    Were all gonna DIE!!!

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  • mdrdep
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    Originally posted by JasperST View Post
    I watch it, it was pretty exiting. There was a large explosion and dust cloud, deep fissures immediately started cracking all around the lunar surface. The moon fractured and split into numerous pieces, tearing itself apart.

    Embarrassed NASA engineers were seen stampeding out of the control center. One reporter cornered one and he said "The moon was effectively destroyed, there may have been a slight miscalculation. Unfortunately, that means no more tidal activity, and our oceans will soon stop sustaining sea life, which of course means no more oxygen production, our main source for a breathable atmosphere. This ends life as we know it."

    Then he scurried off, refusing to answer any more questions.
    Yeah, but I'm safe

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  • JasperST
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    I watch it, it was pretty exiting. There was a large explosion and dust cloud, deep fissures immediately started cracking all around the lunar surface. The moon fractured and split into numerous pieces, tearing itself apart.

    Embarrassed NASA engineers were seen stampeding out of the control center. One reporter cornered one and he said "The moon was effectively destroyed, there may have been a slight miscalculation. Unfortunately, that means no more tidal activity, and our oceans will soon stop sustaining sea life, which of course means no more oxygen production, our main source for a breathable atmosphere. This ends life as we know it."

    Then he scurried off, refusing to answer any more questions.

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  • ChgoPaintball
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    Watch them blow a chunk off and big giant piece of the moon heads to earth. Karma would be a b*tch if that happened.

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  • concon02
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    They should load the spacecraft up with certain individuals! Then we'd be getting our money's worth.

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  • JasperST
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    Yep. They should fly out here, it's much closer.

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  • yangsTa
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    So they are going to smash a million dollar satalite into the moon just to see if there is water?

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  • mdrdep
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    I'm waiting for the response from Al-Qaeda on the moon

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  • Sense0Purpose1
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    NASA Will Bomb Moon on Friday


    (Oct. 7) -- A NASA probe is about to fire a missile into the moon and you might be able to get a glimpse of the impact.

    The missile released by the Lunar CRater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) will slam into the moon's south pole Friday, sending up a plume of debris several miles high. Instruments on the booster trailing the missile will analyze the debris and, before also crashing into the lunar surface, will relay the data to the LCROSS orbiter.

    Researchers hope the blast will reveal evidence of underground water deposits. Previous missions have confirmed traces of water on the surface and some scientists believe there could be billions of tons of ice locked away in the deep, shadowy craters of the lunar poles. That ice might be a source of drinking water and fuel for astronauts, if they ever return to the moon.

    There's nothing new about objects hitting the moon. Comets have bombarded the lunar surface for billions of years, leaving it riddled with craters. Those comets could be the source of the water, although there are competing theories, according to SPACE.com.

    Unlike comet impacts, NASA knows exactly where and when its missile will strike the moon -- the crater Cabeus A at 7:30 EDT Friday morning. That means amateur observers with telescopes should be able to see the flash when the bomb hits. NASA has details about how to observe the event.

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  • MD11pilot
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    The moon will be fine, but It will add one more crater under its belt. Space exploration is important, much of our technological and medical stuff came as a result of NASA and space exploration. Its well worth the small fraction being spent on it, and NASA has improved aviation safety and aviation in general.
    Last edited by MD11pilot; 10-06-2009, 03:27 PM. Reason: Grammer

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  • asullivan
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    Originally posted by KapsFB View Post
    You mean we all have to collectively cut the cheese?
    Ohhh Officer Kaps....... Ya got's a genius one of them, thar' idears, ya doooo's

    We all cut tha cheese, at one moment of time, it wills knock tha orbit of tha' big balls of cheese away from us.....Ors, It will knock us away's from tha big ball of cheese..

    anyways, we be screwed... No cheese!!!!

    Oh Lordy, save us from this here, dastardly deed!!!!!

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  • KapsFB
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    Originally posted by asullivan View Post
    Ohhhhhhhhhh.... They cain't do that!!!!!! that means no more cheese!!!
    You mean we all have to collectively cut the cheese?

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