Thursday, October 8, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS-- In search of elusive Moon water, NASA expects to slam its Lunar CRater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) into the Moon Friday morning creating what the space agency hopes is an ice-filled a debris plume that should be visible from Earth- and space-based telescopes 10-to-12 inches and larger.

The LCROSS satellite experiment has as its goal to detect and determine how much water might be lurking under the Moon surface and to determine bold new ways to expand the Federal deficit. A NASA spokesperson said: "We know unemployed Americans are tired of hearing how Uncle Sam is squandering money on Wall Street. We thought cosmic water sports would be a welcome diversion."

BANZAI7 earlier reported that NASA believes most of Earth's water will rapidly evaporate from global warming. Hence the recently expanded search for water on the Moon and on Mars. Scientists are busy designing giant water transporters. The plan is to send humongous rocket vehicles loaded with unemployed Americans, before they return home loaded with much needed Martian and Looney H20.

BANZAI7 has learned that NASA engineers have ordered 10,000 copies of the following documentary video.

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