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NASA's first asteroid sample on track for Sunday parachute landing in Utah

  • The Osiris-Rex spacecraft is returning with samples it collected from asteroid Bennu, which will be dropped off on Earth by the NASA probe as it passes on Sunday.
  • The weather balloons launched by meteorologists at the Utah Test and Training Range are being used to predict the location where the samples will be dropped.
  • Once the samples arrive, they will be examined in a clean room at the Utah test range, then transported to NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston to be distributed to scientists in 60 laboratories around the world.
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