Thursday, October 8, 2009

And This Is Important Why...?

Friday morning, an unmanned spacecraft will crash into the moon. Why is this important? I really don't have an answer for it. NASA expects "plumes of moon dust — perhaps full of ice — (to soar) 6.2 miles high above the moon's Cabeus crater." That's it, they're attacking the moon to see if any water or ice is under the moons surface. That gets a big WHO GIVES A DAMN from me.

My biggest issue with this is the fact that it costs $79 million to build a spacecraft that we're about to destroy on purpose...and they say AIG, Chrysler, General Motors and Ford wasted money.

Watch the video if you actually want to see what NASA expects to gain from this space invasion.


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