In a press conference going on now, NASA has said they've found "a significant amount" of water on the moon.
So that anticlimactic moon bombing NASA attempted the other day may have kicked up a little dust, instead of absolutely nothing as once feared.
Really? This was it? Some choppy footage and few dudes high-fiving in what we're pretty sure to be a Kinko's? This is what it looks like when Man bombs the moon at 5,600mph??
In case you missed it, NASA is bombing the Moon tomorrow morning at 7:31AM Eastern/4:31AM Pacific. Here you have a simulation of the projectile's approach, which will cause a 30-mile high plume. Check out how to watch it here.
If you have nothing to do on Friday, October 9, at 7:31AM Eastern/4:31AM Pacific, reserve that spot for some serious space fireworks. At that time you can see how NASA bombs the Moon from orbit using this huge thing: