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Dawn: Mission to the Astroid Belt

Dawn: Mission to the Astroid Belt
A video by JPL regarding the Dawn mission to the asteroid belt to study two asteroids, Vesta and Ceres, using an ion engine as propulsion. This probe has just missed its Summer 07 launch window.


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Posted by nova on July 11, 2007
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