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Submission + - Guide to Seeing the LCROSS Lunar Impact (spacefellowship.com)

Matt_dk writes: The LCROSS spacecraft is going to impact the Moon tomorrow, and here's your chance to watch the action, either just for fun, or to contribute to scientific observations. Whether you want to observe with your own equipment or watch the event on television or a webcast, here you'll find all the information and links you should need to be a part of history. Amateur astronomers need a 10-inch or bigger telescope to make observations.
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Guide to Seeing the LCROSS Lunar Impact

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