Wednesday, 11 September 2013

NASA loses contact with Deep Impact probe



Launched in 2005, the Deep Impact unmanned spacecraft has had a long career makingflybys of various comets, but NASA says that mission control lost communications with the probe on August 8 and has been unable to restore the link... Continue Reading NASA loses contact with Deep Impact probe

Section: Space

Tags: Comets, Deep Impact, NASA, Spacecraft

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1 comment:

Warren Zoell said...

It probably crashed into something. LOL!