NASA's mission to change an asteroid's path, as a test of a way to deflect planetary objects that threaten Earth, succeeded at striking a tiny moonlet 7 million miles away. Correspondent David Pogue looks at what the results of the Double Asteroid
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Published: 2022-10-02 10:29 am
Bullseye! How DART hit an asteroid 7 million miles away
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