NASA's DART Crash: How to Watch Spacecraft Collide With Deep Space Asteroid

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NASA's DART spacecraft isn't long for this world -- and it's going out with a bang. After launching atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 on Nov. 24, 2021, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test probe has its sights firmly locked on the asteroid Didymos and its tiny companion rock, Dimorphos. On Sept. 26, DART will careen into Dimorphos at about 14,000 miles per hour. You can watch along live, and we've got all t...

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