Hell yeah! If you are still not aware of this, NASA will be bombing the moon in order to to eject debris from the surface of one of moon’s craters and discovering whether there’s frozen water there. It will impact against the Cabeus crater at 5,600mph, causing another crater about one third the size of a football field.
The Cabeus crater was selected because it’s likely to show definitive proof of water in the moon, based on the information from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, Lunar Prospector, Chandrayaan-1, and JAXA’s Kaguya spacecraft.
So, its time to grab some popcorn and a can of coke, sit back and watch the events unfold live online on your computers! Later today, October 9, 6:15 a.m. EDT/3:15 a.m. PDT, NASA will start a live TV broadcast that will include live footage from the spacecraft camera, real-time telemetry based animation, expert commentary, and possibly some live footage from the 88-inch telescope located on Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
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3. Follow live updates of Moon bombing on the official LCROSS Twitter account.
Later, the NASA moon bombing videos will be on Youtube for sure. In case you missed the live streaming, you can check out the videos later!