NASA Impact! To Rebroadcast from ISS

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

NASA iceberg-finder prangs into Moon's south pole:
Image:NASA (Media Preview)

Bon Voyage to the end of the orbiters space craft's missions...
And a "Bang" as a pathway host, for further research...

A similar (Modus Operandi) to Saturn mission...

"Evidence of water will be sought in the plumes of debris that billow out of Cabeus. The Hubble Space Telescope, NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, and several great telescopes on Earth will monitor the plumes for spectral signs of water (H2O) or water fragments (OH).

Some results could be available only hours after the impacts, so stay tuned."
Great Video from theregister UK. ..Maybe more soon.

And while the Climate Change Comm. is looking to SOAK a few us...
Looks like we've got ourselves a new territory....
When Libs get tired of riding bikes, they can trade carbon credits for a little of US and Saudi's (water & oil.) Haha...

From spaceweather (and NASA)
"The impacts are designed to excavate frozen water from the cold and shadowy floor of crater Cabeus. Moon water is valuable stuff. It costs about $30,000 to rocket a liter of water from Earth to the Moon. If NASA could find water already on the Moon, it would save a lot of money for future thirsty colonists. H2O also can be split into O2 for breathing and H2 for rocket fuel.

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