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Space Science

Tilting at Asteroids 37

Posted by michael
from the f-equals-ma dept.
JimPooley writes "The European Space Agency are conducting a feasibility study into a future mission to knock an asteroid off course. A Spanish company are planning the 'Don Quixote' mission to launch a pair of spacecraft at an asteroid. One hits the asteroid, while the other monitors it to see what happens."
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Tilting at Asteroids

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