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Watching NASA's Moon Crash

NASA is planning to crash a rocket into the Moon's south pole to look for hidden water. The event is scheduled to occur this morning (Friday Oct. 9th) at 4:30am PT/7:30am ET and can be viewed live on NASA TV, as well as on home telescopes. For further information, check out this article from Space.com.

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