Dr. Anthony Colaprete, Principal Investigator LCROSS project, NASA Ames Research Center, announced the 5,600-miles-per-hour impact of Centaur carved out a hole 60 to 100 feet wide and kicked up at least 26 gallons of water. Colaprete also said that "26 gallons were a lower limit and that it was too early to estimate the concentration of water in the soil." - NY Times
Can you say "refueling station"!?
LCROSS - Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite