What a day for America! This morning we went ahead and bombed the moon because a) it's there and b) we can. Also there may be water on the moon, which would be helpful to know, because we will need someplace to go when we have finished wrecking our current planet.
So, water on the moon, how much is there and is it really the secret to those delicious lunar bagels?
"It's hard to tell what we saw there," said a NASA scientist over a television loop. He conceded it is possible the rocket missed any pockets of ice that might be in the crater — or that the theory could be wrong, and there are not large amounts of ice in the soil after all.
Details, details. How 'bout we just slap a Mission Accomplished banner on that thing and call it good?