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NASA Is Preparing to Explore an All-Metal Asteroid

Futurism Wednesday, 12 June 2019
NASA Is Preparing to Explore an All-Metal AsteroidNASA just took another step toward its upcoming expedition to 16 Psyche, a distant metal asteroid thought to be the volcanic core of a long-shattered planet. The space agency just got approval to move forward into the next phase of the mission, which involves finalizing the spacecraft’s design before moving on to the […]

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NASA is readying for a mission that will launch in 2022 to explore the metal asteroid Psyche.

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