Saturday, October 10, 2009

NASA Moon Bombing Videos: Best of 9 Videos

NASA MOON Bombing photo1

Captured with the probe's satellite, this view of a crater on the moon is just about the last thing LCROSS "saw" before crashing into a crater on October 9, 2009.

Four minutes earlier the spacecraft had witnessed the impact of a spent rocket that LCROSS had shot toward the moon.

The mission lacked the expected billows of debris, but NASA says LCROSS was a scientific success.

LCROSS mission picture courtesy NASA (From National Geographic)

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Bombing the Moon: Stellar Breakthrough or Cosmic Cover-up?

The countdown's started to what the web's dubbed 'the moon bombing'. A NASA rocket will impact on Friday and the conspiracists are already out there.

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NASA Moon Bombing Crazy Mission Exposed

NASA is bombing the Moon Friday, and you can watch the unprecedented event via live stream online. The LCROSS (Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite) mission launched in June with its main goal to look for frozen water reserves on the moon by literally blowing up an area at the Moons south pole.

A source of water on the Moon could provide hydrogen for fuel, and assist in the establishment of a permanent moon base. If bombing the Moon once wasnt enough, NASA will actually do it twice. The mission has two stages: the shepherding spacecraft and Centaur heavy impactor will separate, with the Centaur creating a debris plume that will rise above the lunar surface. The shepherding spacecraft will fly through the debris plume, collecting and relaying data back to Earth before impacting the lunar surface and creating a second debris plume.

The first impact takes place on Oct 9, 2009 at 4:30 a.m. US PDT (7:30 a.m. US EDT, 10:30pm AEDT) with the second 4 minutes later. You can watch a live stream of the NASA Moon bombing on NASA TV or via the SLOOH telescope system. Twitter updates are available on the official LCROSS account.

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NAS Moon Bomb Dumb

Live video from NASA on October 9, 2009. Our extraterrestrial friends are clearly telling us something - explore space, but keep your stinking bombs on Earth. We've known water to be on the moon since 1971 and India just confirmed that again in Sept 2009. What were we really trying to do up there? What are we hiding? Its troubling to know that we are not alone in this world, yet the US government fails to acknowledge that in any way. They take from the tax base to fund these expensive projects, but keep us in the dark about the full and complete findings. We get TANG and Velcro, but we can't handle the truth.

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NASA Moon Bombing Live

NASA Moon Bombing Live on MSNBC's "Morning Joe". - 10/9/2009 Video may be a little laggy, but I'm still learning to transfer using Pinnacle Studio.

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NASA Moon Bombing overview

Moon bombing as search for space water begins
A NASA rocket has successfully crashed into a crater on the moon to raise a debris plume, an experiment that allows scientists to look for traces of ice and water in the perpetually dark lunar craters.

NASA on Friday steered two parts of a spacecraft, Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS), into Cabeus, a crater in the vicinity of the moon's lunar South Pole, at more than 9,000km per hour, the Guardian reported.

The effect of the impact was captured by the cameras of a shepherding spacecraft that followed the rocket four minutes later. The impact, however, did not occur the way scientists had anticipated, raising speculations that the mission may end with a failure.

NASA scientists had hoped that the crash would form a 10km-high cloud that could be easily scanned for evidence of water.

Nonetheless, the data relayed back to earth will be analyzed for hydrogen bearing compounds. If such traces are found, the water will be used for future long-term space missions as NASA is hopeful to one day establish a human outpost on the moon.

"If we could live off the land, using this water -- if we discover it -- that would be a great benefit," said Jim Garvin, chief scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, ABC News reported. "That would mean we don't have to bring it with us."

Amid fears that the moon bombing would have harmed the moon, Daniel Andrews, LCROSS project manager, moved to allay the concerns on Thursday.

"The impact has about a million times less impact on the moon than a passenger's eyelash falling to the floor of a 747 during flight," Andrews said, DPA reported.


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NASA Bombs the moon

NASA bombs the moon in search of water

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NASA thrilled with double moon bombing

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Watch closer NASA Moon bombing video

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