Scientists are priming two spacecraft to slam into the moon's South Pole to see if the lunar double whammy reveals hidden water ice.
The Earth-on-moon violence may raise eyebrows, but NASA's history shows that such missions can yield extremely useful scientific observations.
I'm not sure if this is an actual article or some writing exercise meant to jam pack as much symbolism as they can manage into a puff piece. Decide for yourself.
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