Monday, 7 September 2009

NASA to BOMB the Moon October 9th 2009

On October 9, 2009 a NASA orbiter will bomb the moon with a 2-ton kinetic weapon to create a 5 mile wide deep crater as an alleged water-seeking and lunar colonization experiment, with samples being taken from a 6 mile high cloud created by the impact.
We are informed by the IGFP that this is contrary to space law which prohibits environmental modification of celestial bodies.

NASA seem to be keeping a very low profile on this mission
If we look at the most recent natural impact on the moon and compare its size to that of the famous crater in Arizona. You will see there is a significant difference.
The one in Arizona is 0.75 miles in diameter; the one on the moon was 14 meters wide.
NASA will create a 5 Mile wide crater with their bomb.

Most recent impact crater on the moon; June 13, 2006:
It's about 14 meters wide, 3 meters deep
See it here;
Arizona impact;
Its diameter is 1,200 meters (about 0.75 miles)
You can see a picture of it here;
Interestingly when searching for more information on the NASA home page, it doesn’t appear to be there under missions, bombing the moon, moon bombing, lunar missions?
See if you can find it in a search?

Balance is an essential part of the cosmos, planets and moons are strategically placed by their mass, gravity, magnetism and distance from the sun.
When placed into the probabilities of things, it is an unknown outcome.
The Moon has significantly less mass and gravity than that Earth.
Whether the payload of the bomb, with its massive impact on the moon, will affect the orbit of the moon in NOT KNOWN.
This is something that all scientists, including NASA should be aware of, and we feel this action by them of bombing the moon is in violation of space laws, and Human Rights.
Please pass this information on as there is not much time left to question the ethics, or lack of them.
You can also sign a petition,
We're not saying that signing this will do much to effect NASA's plans, but it will count as you being pro-active, rather than non-active.

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