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So NASA crashed into an asteroid … Now what?

Recently a spacecraft hurtling through space at over 14,000 miles per hour purposefully crashed into an asteroid called Dimorphos. This was part of a mission called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART. The goal? To see if this impact could change the space rock’s trajectory. So, what happens now and how will astronomers keep track of this asteroid?

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