The NASA LCROSS mission is to find water on the Moon. To that end, NASA purposely crashed two space vehicles into a crater on the south pole of the Moon on October 9, 2009, causing a plume to be ejected. Analysis of this plume should determine if water exists in this area. Amateur astronomers were encouraged to observe this event, since there was a possibility of seeing the plume through larger telescopes. This page documents Victoria Centre members as they attempted to see this event from our observatory.