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Nasa Dart Mission Launch Asteroid- Crashing Planetary Defence Mission On November 24!

Nasa set to Launch Updates: Final preparations for NASA’s planetary defence exercise have already begun. The one-of-a-kind project, which is due to begin next week, would crash a spaceship into an asteroid in order to detour its path. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will aim for the moonlet asteroid Dimorphos, which orbits Didymos, a bigger asteroid. According to the space agency, none of these asteroids represents a threat to Earth, and this mission is just meant to be a test and technology demonstrator. Throughout its voyage, the mission, which will essentially give Dimorphos a nudge to alter its direction, will be observed by Earth-based telescopes and equipment. In the days leading up to the projected accident, there is a lot of anticipation. NASA has opted to broadcast the event live to the public.

Nasa Dart Mission Launch Time:

On November 24, at 1:21 a.m. EST, a Space X Falcon 9 rocket will launch the DART mission rocket. This corresponds to 11:50 a.m. in India.

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Nasa Dart Mission: How To Watch Live

The live coverage of the launch will begin at11:00 a.m. IST. Live coverage is available on NASA Television, the NASA app, and the NASA website. NASA has scheduled a series of prelaunch and science briefings beginning November21 to meet the demand from space enthusiasts and to address their excitement.

How To Follow Updates On Social Media

The hashtag #DARTMission can also be used to stay up to speed on the mission on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. For regular updates, follow NASA’s Twitter accounts @NASA, @AsteroidWatch,@NASASocial, and @NASA LSP. To access Facebook, go here, and to access Instagram, go here. Between September and October of next year, the DART spacecraft will arrive at its destination. It will then collide with Dimorphos, allowing Earth scientists to assess the effectiveness of a controlled collision in deflecting a potentially deadly asteroid.

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