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NASA scientists have finally seen in their data a debris plume created by the impact of a moon probe last week.
The faint plume was seen in the data from the engineered crash one week after the impact of the LCROSS probe.
Scientists are hoping that analysis of the plume will show signs of water ice ejected from the probe's target crater, named Cabeus, at the lunar south pole.