LCROSS Lunar Impact

Alright, you've got 30 minutes to head over to CNN, MSNBC, or NASA to watch live development of the lunar impact to help humanity gauge the existence of water on the moon.

Here are some screen captures from about twenty minutes ago.




There will be a live press conference 10am EST.  Presence of water on the moon can determine whether we will have a permanent lunar presence.  A significant among of water will allow us to "live off the land" as such.  Plus, a lot of lunar experiences will be invaluable as we push beyond to Mars.

As far as tech goes, I love to have 4 to 5 monitors helping me do my work.  I've only got three.  Less than 20 minutes to impact.  Enjoy!

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