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I too have questions. They found ice on Mars so why couldn't they just land a rover on the Moon? It would seem so much less destructive.
Originally posted by xxpigxx
And what interest is it if there is water up there?
Not only that, they are aiming for one of the poles of the Moon risking putting the Moon out of orbit or at the very least causing massive disruption in it's actions and functions down here on Earth.
Originally posted by kosmicjack
reply to post by mrwupy
I guess I'm left wondering under what authority or right NASA has to do such a thing?
reply to post by warrenb
the only thing I'm worried about is that this bomb however big, may cause the moon to shift orbit slightly. However little it happens, this could cause major tidal and weather problems for all of us. Maybe that's what "they" want.
the only thing I'm worried about is that this bomb however big, may cause the moon to shift orbit slightly.
Mass 7.347 7 × 10 (to the 22) kg (0.012 3 Earths)
Originally posted by pop_science
I know this is really stupid , but also something I personally feel is strange is that there is a new miniseries/tv movie that is about a meteor I believe hitting the moon, the impact is so hard the moon starts to hurdle towards earth