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Old 06-11-2009, 05:21 AM
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Default Lunar probe impact

Last night a lunar probe was deliberately crashed into the Moon's south pole at about 2:15 am GMT. Currently, some of the various astronomy sites are carrying photos, both from professinal observatories and well equipped amaturs. Maybe we could post a few of them here? (Please check for copyright, before copy/pasting anything.)
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