NASA spacecraft successfully collides with asteroid signalling a ‘new era for humankind’ | 7NEWS

Nasa spacecraft successfully collides with asteroid signalling a ‘new era for humankind' | 7news

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A NASA spacecraft with specialist guidance from Australian tracking systems has successfully crashed into a deep space asteroid in a dress rehearsal for the day a killer space rock threatens Earth.

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