NASA’s mission to intentionally crash spacecraft into asteroid lifts off | 9 News Australia

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NASA has announced mission DART will intentionally crash a spacecraft into an asteroid. The mission will help determine whether it’s possible to change the direction of an asteroid in case one ever poses a threat to Earth.

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