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Today's story from Science@NASA tells of NASA's plans to find water on the Moon by crashing a spacecraft into the lunar surface. The Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS for short) is on track for a 2009 launch and subsequent plunge into a crater near one of the Moon's poles. Amateur astronomers may be able to observe the impact through backyard telescopes.
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