A NASA satellite will steer a spacecraft into the Cabeus crater at 4:30 a.m., then check the cloud of dust for water. MOUNTAIN VIEW — Hundreds of people hunkered down in tents and sleeping bags on a chilly Bay Area evening to watch a NASA spacecraft punch a hole in the moon.
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