posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 09:51 PM
I think, those are typo's...
anyway apparently, the action starts at 11:30 est, or 4:30 am gmt...or, 40 min from now. depending where you live.
after the whole "we're looking for water on the moon, oh look we found it but we will show you the data later >_>" fiasco last time I am about this
certain of seeing a crater tonight. see that, this certain =)
edit: nasa's theory of bubblewrap constituting the fabric of time and space disgusts me on a level I thought unreachable by tv...
14-2-2011 by madscientistintraining because: (no reason given)
hm, normally wouldn't edit more than the once but people are already saying the probe has passed the comet according to the stardust mission page at
nasa's website, the live feed is showing an STS mission randomly.
edit on 14-2-2011 by madscientistintraining because: (no reason