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On Friday, October 9, two space ships will crash into the moon, and you will be able to see it happen. … . .blabla.. . … . . . . . . … .

Well, this is an experiment cooked up by NASA to see if there is water on the Moon. First, a rocket called The Centaur will hit the moon. This rocket weighs about 2,200 kg and it is going fast, so there will be a great deal of energy released. A huge plume of debris will be blown up as much as 10 kilometers. This plume will be observed from earth, the Hubble space telescope, and the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), and analyzed for presence of water.

However, close behind The Centaur will be the LCROSS space ship. This craft has instrumentation on it that will allow a much more detailed analysis of the plume. LCROSS will fly into the plume sent up by The Centaur, analyze the material really fast, and send its data back to earth. And then … it will also crash into the moon. . . . .. .blablabla. . . .  . The most interesting statement in NASA’s press release regarding this experiment is probably this one:

“Remember, we’ve never done this before. We’re not 100% sure what will happen, and big surprises are possible.”

LuCifeR OSiriS (osiris för att gjernan tenker enkelt)
LuCifeROSiriS  -  LCROSS = uifeiri
”uifeiri” via anagramlek på http://arts.cuhk.edu.hk/Lexis/Latin/ ger
”ui” + ”fieri”.
”fieri” = ”fio, fieri, factus : be made, be done, become.”
”ui” = ”vi” = VI = 6
Revelation 6:1212And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood;


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