University of Hawaii astronomer helps capture NASA’s asteroid crash

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Astronomers on Earth, 7 million miles away, captured the DART mission's successful strike on the asteroid. Images reveal a spectacular outburst of debris rising from the asteroid after the collision. The celestial show was a bonus to the spacecraft's main objective of demonstrating a method for defending the planet from deadly space rocks in the future.
2 months ago·Honolulu, United States

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University of Hawaii astronomer helps capture NASA’s asteroid crash

NASA’s DART spacecraft was not able to take pictures of the moment it slammed into an asteroid Monday at more than 14,000 mph. Or the aftermath.

2 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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