Lunar Crater insearch of water ice

Posted: October 9, 2009 in Days and dates, evaluation, Randoms, Reviews, Science, technology

3 15 am, television coverage starts to capture the awaited search of  ice-water on the moon. This will be done through hitting a crater near the lunar south pole, Cabeus crater, by the LCROSS (a sensing satellite) and a rocket’s upper stage four minutes apart, as stated by NASA, at approximately 4:30 a.m. and 4:34 a.m.

If water ice was to be found, it’ll be a perfect lead to the begining of a chance to possibly living on the moon. For the time being, all we can do is wait and see.

For more information, check the NASA website.


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