‘Badass move’: Neil deGrasse Tyson praises NASA’s latest mission

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CNN’s John Berman speaks with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson about NASA’s DART mission, or the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, which is set to crash into a near-Earth asteroid to try to change its motion in space. #CNN #News

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