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Post  Martin & Nettie on Fri Oct 09, 2009 6:50 pm

A mission that promised dramatic fireworks as two spacecraft smashed into the Moon at more than 5,000 mph started looking like a damp squib today, but Nasa scientists hailed it as a success.



The "bombing" mission was supposed to kick up a six-mile high cloud of debris that scientists hoped would contain signs of water.



There is 326 million trillion galons of water here on earth????



Still the Americans have bombed everywhere else so I suppose the moon was next?


Oh yes and why did Obama get the Nobel peace prize today - what peace????
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