See the moment NASA’s DART spacecraft collides with asteroid

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A NASA spacecraft has successfully slammed into an asteroid called Dimorphos. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission, also known as DART, spacecraft has been traveling to reach its asteroid target since launching in November 2021. On Monday, it hit its target, going about 13,421 miles per hour. CNN Space and Defense correspondent Kristin Fisher and Col. Cedric Leighton (Ret.) join CNN’s Erin Burnett to discuss.



25 Eyl 2022




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Very impressive. Can't imagine the sheer amount of calculations and problem solving they had to over come to hit a moving object in space. Wow! Congratulations to everyone involved in that project!
Cody Allen
People really don't understand just how big this event is, perhaps even bigger than the moon landing, as tests like this could literally save our species. Amazing footage.
To think no more than a hundred years ago no one would have imagined doing this. One thing that always impresses me is how much humanity has advanced even in the last few decades.
Mag N
Good to see there are young people involved in this project - it is their future after all that is being worked on here. Simply amazing - the calculations that were needed for this must be mind blowing. Bravo!!
Roy Mckeage
It's not unbelievable ; it's amazing. Absolutely beautiful, the perfection in technology that these folks achieved is amazing. Congratulations to all who spent so much time for this to take place. ❤️
Mad respect for scientists.
Will Witkowski
Absolutely incredible. Love the work NASA has been doing over the years. The future of humans, I believe, will be dramatically changed for the better due to the tech and engineering that NASA does and will be doing. Our great grandkids should be proud 😌
Beautiful precision, beautiful automatic calculation for adjustments and as a bonus: even a beautiful close-up image of an asteroid! It might just be a collection of rocks that translate to a collection of atoms in various chemical shapes and stages as per the periodic table, but... being able to interact with what lies beyond Earth makes the universe feel slightly less lonely.
blake fryman
Thank you all involved in this mission how mindblowing!
Blondie SL
What would be even cooler, is next time, NASA had a detachable camera (with its transmitter) that would move away from the spacecraft to an angle where it could take VIDEO in real time of the actual impact and how the debris spreads and any reaction to the main body, if there is one. (if ti was actually pushed out of its trajectory)
Tweety USNews
What was the target's expected velocity change and/or expected change in the Asteroid's orbital period?
Rick Base
Amazing congratulations to the engineering team that made this happen and the crazy amount of work they put into this feat. Cheers!
Phil Jamieson
Excellent reporting of, in my view, such an impressive mission's end. I think we all owe thanks to NASA (and the United States) for thinking ahead like this.
FGB4877 FGB4877
The implications about the exactitude and precision of their navigation systems is simply astonishing. Planet Protection aside, let's think about the implication for Homeland Security just a moment:
Rek RC
What an event. The significance of this is literally cosmic
Ralis cake
How in the world can they target such a small object so precisely. Incredible!😘❤.
bo gard
The scientist and engineers involved in this amazing achievement are the real celebrities
Ron Byers
The precision of this flight is stunning. Way to go NASA.
Kimberly Perrotis
Wonderful, amazing, what a job NASA did! I love that the team are crying and hugging each other. It reminds me of when as a child, I burst into tears upon seeing the first Blue Planet image, one cries simply from wonder and awe! I hope they build at least one of these rockets to stand by in case an asteroid is found to be on a trajectory with earth in the future. It’s my understanding that larger asteroids don’t necessarily need to be destroyed, just nudged into a different trajectory. I know the paths of many asteroids are monitored, but I don’t know how extensive such monitoring is or how much time we would have to react, so we should have at least one ready.
les bons chiens
This is one of the most-amazing things I have ever seen.
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