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Bright explosion on the Moon
NASA researchers who monitor the Moon for meteoroid impacts have detected the brightest explosion ever.
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#1 Posted by
on 16 May, 2013, 19:23
Oh dear, i do hope it wasn't a mishap at one of the secret nuclear power plants.
#2 Posted by
on 16 May, 2013, 19:32
"TARGETING" Love the fact that the Moon is being constantly monitored for meteor impacts, it's still a dynamic system out there!
#3 Posted by
on 16 May, 2013, 20:33
Cool info Waspie - thanks for posting.
#4 Posted by
on 16 May, 2013, 20:58
This is awesome, but they really, really need to hire a new narrator...
#5 Posted by
on 22 May, 2013, 1:00
Excellent post; very informative.
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