NASA Announces Brightest Lunar Explosion Ever Recorded
There are 1 comment on the newswatch.nationalgeographic.com story from May 21, 2013, titled NASA Announces Brightest Lunar Explosion Ever Recorded. In it, newswatch.nationalgeographic.com reports that:
A boulder-sized meteor slammed into the moon in March, igniting an explosion so bright that anyone looking up at the right moment might have spotted it, NASA announced Friday.
NASAs Meteoroid Environment Office is reporting the discovery of the brightest impact seen on the moon in the eight year history of the monitoring program.
Some 300 lunar impact events have been logged over the years but this latest impact, from March 17, is considered many orders of magnitude brighter than anything else observed.
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