For futher information on the Anti-Lunar Campaign:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Csj7vMKy4EI
Funny. It appears the first skirmish was won by the moon: "Nasa scientists anticipated the impact would knock enough dust and rock out of the lunar surface to form a 10km-high cloud of debris that could be scanned for evidence of frozen water.But when the collision occurred at 12.31pm today, no signs of the plume were spotted, even from the nearby second stage, which crashed into the moon four minutes later."The most likely explanation is that the moon shot down NASA's missles prior to impact.
Jupiter is the real problem.