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NASA, ESA join forces on asteroid deflection program

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NASA, ESA join forces on asteroid deflection program

NASA, ESA join forces on asteroid deflection program

The European Space Agency signed a $153.80 million contract on Tuesday for the production of a spacecraft that will be part of a joint project with NASA to explore how to deflect an asteroid heading for Earth.

Lauren Anthony reports.


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