NASA's mission to crash a spent rocket stage and a following survey craft into a dark crater at the Moon's south pole is now in its final stages. The empty Centaur upper-stage booster has now successfully separated from the LCROSS probe-craft and the two are plunging down toward the lunar antarctic. Here's a rather groovy vid …
Does this count...
As another moon landing?
Or is a landing only something you could (theoretically) walk away from?
Yay for NASA.
Superb video. May you crash and burn (successfully!). I can see the moon at the moment, even tho' it's daylight*. I'll look for a small wobble at 12:31.
*My ex. didn't believe that you can see the moon in daylight. After 45 years, she STILL thought it was just a cloud....
Did that title make sense to anyone?
@AC 10:13 re.wtf
"Did that title make sense to anyone?"
Yes. It's highly compressed english, a parody of the style used by tabloid newspapers; used here for humerus effect.
Get with it.
a bit of an anti-climax
(Paris, 'cos she knows all about climaxes)
Has anyone warned the Clangers?
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