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Nasa Will Smash A Spacecraft Into An Asteroid To Trial Saving The Planet

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How NASA’s spacecraft will smash into an asteroid and save Earth from harm next year
(since Nov, 2021) A NASA spacecraft the size of a golf cart has been directed to smash into an asteroid, with the intention of knocking it slightly off course. The test aims to demonstrate our technological readiness

This NASA spacecraft will smash into an asteroid—to practice saving Earth
(since Nov, 2021) The DART mission will try to alter a harmless asteroid’s orbit, a technology that could one day defend Earth from armageddon.

Could we really deflect an asteroid heading for Earth? An expert explains NASA’s latest DART mission
(since Nov, 2021) A NASA spacecraft the size of a golf cart has been directed to smash into an asteroid, with the intention of knocking it slightly off course. The test aims to demonstrate our technological readiness

NASA wants to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid, but don’t worry. Earth isn’t at risk.
(since Nov, 2021) NASA will launch a mission to smack an asteroid into a new orbit to prepare for the possibility that an asteroid in the future might threaten Earth. But don’t worry, experts agree that there is no

Why NASA is trying to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid
(since Nov, 2021) At 1:20 a.m. ET on Nov. 24, NASA launched the DART mission — a 10-month plan to move an asteroid by purposely hitting it with a spaceship.

NASA To Smash $330 Million Spacecraft Into an Asteroid to Save The Planet
on 01st of Dec 2021 What for? Is there a chance to avoid collision? Not, if it’s done on purpose! NASA is planning to smash its expensive spacecraft into an asteroid to protect our planet. The collision is meant to

NASA And SpaceX Launch Experimental Spacecraft That Will Collide With An Asteroid—But It’s Not ‘Armageddon’
(since Nov, 2021) The DART spacecraft will serve as a test for a future doomsday scenario where a large asteroid could end up on a collision course with the Earth.

NASA is crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid. Here’s how to watch the launch late tonight
(since Nov, 2021) Smash into an asteroid at 15,000 mph. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, leaves Earth early late Tuesday, Pacific time. The actual collision should come in fall 2022.

NASA’s DART mission will try to deflect an asteroid by flying into it
(since Nov, 2021) The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is scheduled to launch on 24 November and will smash into the asteroid Dimorphos

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