Twin NASA Craft Launched to Study Moon's Guts

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A pair of spacecraft rocketed toward the moon Saturday on the first mission dedicated to measuring lunar gravity and determining what's inside Earth's orbiting companion - all the way down to the core. Full Story

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#1 Sep 10, 2011
Why freakin' bother, a bit too late, I think, should have done this in the 50's when Hollywood was making the sci-fi flicks of moon travel. Instead of manufacturing fast food containers, disposable diapers and plastic bottles, plans should have been enforced for the creation of power stations. The moon is not the gem that earth is, it will never be. But they should have least tried to make it habitable. So, what if ya have to wear spacesuits, at least you would still be surviving. Imagine ,all the sci-fi writers who envision space cities, modular in design. Was it only for a story, or could it have really come to pass? So, tell me this, we have a space station, WHY? Was it meant to be a halfway point to the moon? WHY? Did we stop there? Well, the sci-fi writers with their modular design should get some credit at least, the hamsters are enjoying their tunnels of fun...

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#2 Sep 10, 2011
The moon has guts?

I was in Costco the other day and they had moth balls, but I didn't know moths had balls. They had, in the pet section, duck breasts. I didn't know ducks has breasts; I thought that was a mammalian thing.

See what you learn if yo pay attention?

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