I was bored and surfed around until I remembered the news I heard earlier. I searched and found:
Well, this is... strange and mysterious and very Ô.o *looks for aliens* I think it's great cause now they don't have to pay for the firework(s). Yeah, ok, they've already payed $333 million*wince* You don't know what I'm talking about?
What does July 4 tells you? Independence Day, right but this year there will be something special *jumps around like crazy* Ok, it wasn't the main aim to create a firework in space but why the hell not. It definitly will be fun *hehe*
NASA had launched in January its Deep Impact spacecraft and hopes now that its projectile will blow a stadium-sized crater in the comet Tempel 1. They will have only one shot (they should let John or Jack do that ^-^)
If you want to see it 'live' try this site SPACE.com -- Watch Deep Impact's Comet Collision Via Webcast, here you find sites which webcasts it ^-^ I'll watch it with my own telescope.