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NASA crashed the rocket and a satellite into the moon's surface on Friday morning in a $79 million mission. Minutes before its impact, the satellite guided a rocket into the Cabeus crater in an effort to kick up enough dust to help the LCROSS find whether there is any water in the moon's soil.Oct 9, 2009
originally posted by: muzzleflash
I am very skeptical it was a Russian ICBM.
I believe that because of the great distance from the launch site, and the fact the missile was going the other direction - indicate that it would have been well below the horizon and so not visible.
If it was a Russian ICBM than why isn't Norway sharing pics like this every time a rocket test occurs?
Why weren't people in Sweden or Finland sharing even better bigger closer up pics?
Yeah, this wasn't a Russian ICBM guys. This was something else entirely.