You may not know it, but this year, the State of Hawai‘i designated the second week of October as Hawaiian Aerospace Week. And the timing couldn’t have been better. In the early morning hours of Friday, Oct. 9, stargazers across the globe will keep an eye on the sky, watching with anticipation as a spacecraft is intentionally crashed into the moon. This will create a plume of debris that will rise more than three miles above the surface of the moon, an event that will hopefully determine if water exists beneath the lunar surface.
Posted by rlssec