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What is NASA's DART mission ?

On the day of 27th September 2022, for the first time in the world, the NASA spacecraft collided at 4:44 in the morning of 27th September according to India's time and 7:14 minutes on the evening of 26th September 2022 according to American time. What happened in space? The NASA-built spacecraft DART ie Double Asteroid Redirection Test collided with an asteroid dimorph present in space. The purpose of NASA's dark mission was not to destroy that asteroid but to change its path so that the terrible destruction caused by the falling of that asteroid to Earth was saved. What was the success of NASA's DART mission? The Dark Mission has 2 goals, one of which is to be successful by the Deputy Programmer Manager of NASA's Dark Mission. NASA's target DART spacecraft collided 17 meters before the time and place of the asteroid's collision . With this, NASA's Scientist also seems likely to have a big crater on the asteroid due to this collision and disintegrate into 10

What is NASA's DART mission ?

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