Saturday, 28 March 2015

NASA outlines Asteroid Redirect Mission

NASA has released new details on how it plans to boldly go to an asteroid and come back with a bit of it. The Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) is part of the space agency's Asteroid Initiative announced in 2013, which envisions the capture and return of an asteroid to lunar orbit for study by astronauts as a rehearsal for a later mission to Mars... Continue Reading NASA outlines Asteroid Redirect Mission

Section: Space

Tags: Asteroid, Asteroid Redirect Mission, NASA, Orion Spacecraft, Spacecraft

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