I snet red up into the single plank at the top right (the one that covers the top void, like the one at left with a pig on it). As soon as possible, I send blue into that hole and split at the top. Frequently I can get 2 birds bouncing around in there and cleaning it out while red and one blue wander around the lower section. If there’s a large # of intact blocks left somewhere, I may even send blue #2 above it and hope for the best. As others have said, it’s all about lucky pig-avoidance. I normally get 50-59k this way, obviously with loads of lower scores and a few higher ones as well.
I don’t remember how I got my score, and I wasn’t really expecting to gain the 30 points that would have gotten me a puppy, but I did play with this one a little. First of all, this has got to be one of the toughest shots in AB. I was intrigued by by @happyshake ‘s comment about flinging full speed, so that is what I tried. I seems as though some people went for the top corner like @e-star ‘s video, and others went for the bottom corner. After trying both ways, I would have to say they are equally difficult. I got a score in the upper 18K range with both methods. I’ll bet the chances of making the tomato shot twice in a row are something that usually only shows up in lottery odds.
Golden Eggsteroid #9 is located on level 6-24 of Angry Birds Space Pig Dipper. The Golden Eggsteroid is slightly below the normal line of sight between the slingshot and the main target. While there are several birds that can reach it, the Lazer bird is easiest. Once you hit the egg you’ll immediately be transported via a wormhole to the level, which pays homage to the 1980′s arcade game Pac-man. One strategy 3-starring this level is to send the first Terence vertically, following the tomatoes and popping three pigs. Send the next Terence slightly below horizontal to the right, popping the last pig. Before your final score tallies, send one more horizontally leftward, since there are more than five tomatoes at 2000 points each.