NASA To Livestream LCROSS Project At 6:15AM EST On October 9 (Today)

NASA has been working on a project called LCROSS which is going live tomorrow. The LCROSS project involves sending a rocket into the moon in order to eject debris to find out for sure whether there is frozen water.

The event will be taking place on October 9 at 6:15AM EST and 3:15AM PST. The video can be watched at the following link:

The live footage will be from a first person view of a spacecraft camera. There will also be real-time telemetry animation along with commentary from a NASA official. There may even be some live footage from an 88″ telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii.

NASA will also be live tweeting and live Facebooking the event.

This event is going to be huge, but I doubt that I will be awake to see it all going down. Hopefully the video will be added to YouTube shortly after it is filmed. If that happens, then I’ll embed it to this post.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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