The habitants of the Planet Earth and especially the NASA scientists, were indeed highly delighted by discovering the presence of water on its satellite planet Moon. Earlier in our post, we have given a detailed overview of this mission. Google, as we had already explained in our earlier posts, is known for celebrating important events and personalities in its own peculiar way by changing its doodle on the Google.com homepage to represent that particular day or event in such a way that it truly reflects and confirms to the occasion. Today, Google has changed its logo globally, with a space-inspired doodle, to mark the discovery of water on Moon which, is an essential for life to go on. The biggest surprise here is Microsoft, who with its Bing search engine has either totally ignored, or completely missed out the opportunity to celebrate this historical occasion by not decorating its homepage with Water on the Moon footage.
A doodle on finding of water on Moon, was altogether a different way by Google to celebrate and inform those who might have missed this important news. The Doodle in question is portraying “Moon Bombing” that led to this discovery. Water on Moon Doodle has been designed by Dennis Hwang, and it is now listed in the official design log of 2009 Google logos batch.