Japan found a way, those glorious bastards. I didn't realize Eva was THAT big of a thing for them.
Here we go again
>rover with the spear tries to stab the moon's surface with the 'spear'
>not strong enough to actually stab anything
>falls flat on the surface of the moon
>24-centimetre (9.5-inch) replica
>Also called the "Lance of Longinus", it is well-known in Japan for its appearance in the "Neon Genesis Evangelion" sci-fi animation series, particularly for a scene in which the main character flies into space and thrusts it into the moon.
>mfw Evafags never miss an occasion to prove that they are fucking autists
>However, the plan has provoked fears of a religious backlash in a country deeply scarred by the recent beheadings of two of its citizens by Islamist extremists.
>"Wouldn't it trigger the fury of the Pope? Can we really do this? Oh, I am worried," one comment on the crowd-funding website reads.
>"I am against this. Please don't do this. I cannot be more worried about my children now after the Islamic State named Japan as a target," wrote user Shizuka Yasuda.
I dont know who's trolling who anymore. the fury of the pope? what are we during the crusades?
>a 24-centimetre (9.5-inch) replica
What? That's almost the size of my dick. They could AT LEAST make it 2 meters long. The expensive part is the travel to the moon. If you're going to send something to the moon don't do it half-assedly.
Don't know about no spears but the FLAG we sent there is helluvalot bigger than 24 centiwhatevers.
>Anno Domini 2015
>still believing in the Moon landing
>+5% progress in practically one month
>only catering to reifags and misatofags
>DEEP-fags-fags-fags complaining about the length
>Wouldn't it trigger the fury of the Pope? Can we really do this? Oh, I am worried
What did I except from a bunch of eurobums? Of course there jealous, they cant even afford a flag, let alone a spaceship to take it to the moon! Hey let us know when you figure out how to use the imperial system, the measurement system that got us to the moon. and beyond.