How a NASA spacecraft looks like it collides with an asteroid at 15,000 mph
Instructions to look as NASA sends a shuttle to collide with a 525 extensive space rock at 15,000 mph purposely
NASA researchers are outfitting to test planetary guard, the world's most memorable mission — and they believe you should see.
The space office's Double Asteroid Redirect Test (DART) will test innovation to safeguard Earth against future space rocks and comets that will deliberately collide with a space rock
which represents no danger to Earth — at around 15,000 mph. The objective, the moon of an enormous space rock called Dimorphos, is around 525 feet wide.
Sophie LewisThu, August 25, 2022, at 8:32 pm Read 2 minNASA researchers are outfitting to test planetary guard, the world's most memorable mission — and they believe you should see.
Researchers expect the kinetic effect to occur at 7:14 p.m. ET. The space agency is also hosting a personal event to mark the momentous occasion.
Read More Story
Alison Brie is the cancellation of "Glow" on Netflix.👇👇