NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 2009
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(Washington: Tom Costello) NASA's crash landing of a rocket on the moon to send up a plume of dust reviewed; NASA video, animation and photo shown; details given about the implications of finding water. [From “Today,” Matt LAUER; in Colorado, student Louis MILLER- react to what they saw.] [Goddard Space Flight Center James GARVIN- says science colleagues and exploration colleagues are dazzled.] [LCROSS principle investigator Anthony COLAPRETE- states we need to analyze the data.] [University of Colorado at Boulder Doug DUNCAN- notes the importance of exploration.]
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