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NASA Just Smashed Into an Asteroid! DART Mission and What We Know So Far
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DART: Can We Change an Asteroid’s Course and Save Planet Earth?
NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, is the world’s first full-scale planetary defense test, demonstrating one method of asteroid deflection technology. True to its name, DART is a focused mission to prove whether a spacecraft can autonomously navigate to a target asteroid, intentionally collide with it and protect Earth from a potential asteroid impact.
The mission target, which poses no threat to Earth, is the asteroid moonlet Dimorphos (Greek for “two forms”), which orbits a larger asteroid named Didymos (Greek for “twin”).
Join SETI Institute Senior Astronomer Franck Marchis and Beth Johnson for a special SETI Talks with scientists involved in the mission or planetary defense at large. We will follow the spacecraft as it approaches its target, learn about the navigation system from JPL and APL engineers and scientists, see how astronomers around the world will watch the impact using other facilities and discuss why it matters. Finally, we will collaborate with Unistellar citizen astronomers live from Reunion Island to watch the impact and see if any aftermath is detected.
Our guests will include:
Dr. Larry Denneau, ATLAS Co-PI and Senior Software Engineer at the Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawai'i
Dr. Julie Bellerose, DART Navigation Team Chief at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dr. Amanda Sickafoose, Planetary Science Institute
Dr. Nicolas Erasmus, Planetary Science Institute
Dr. Michael Busch, SETI Institute research scientist
Dr. Andrew Chen, chief scientist at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Dr. Jian-Yang Li, Planetary Science Institute
Dr. Ryan Lambert, SETI Institute
Patrice Huet, Unistellar Network
Dr. Joe Masiero, Caltech/IPAC
Welcome and introduction
Larry Denneau – Introduction to near-Earth asteroids and ATLAS
Julie Bellerose - DART navigation, sequence of events
Alex Meyer (Colorado University) - post-impact dynamics – what can we expect.
Amanda Sickafoose & Nic Erasmus (from SA)
Michael Busch - What do we know from RADAR ops?
Andy Cheng - “Why Dart?” and reveal of first image of Dimorphos
Jian-Yang Li - HST observations of the DART impact, as well as other planned observations of the ejecta
Impact live (NASA feed + Reunion Island feed) - Impact!
Patrice Huet and more observers in Reunion Island
Joe Masiero - NEOWISE and NEO Surveyor
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DART's Impact with Asteroid Dimorphos (Official NASA Broadcast)
Countdown to impact as NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) attempts humanity’s first-ever test of planetary defense! The DART spacecraft will intentionally crash into asteroid Dimorphos at 7:14 p.m. ET on Monday, September 26, 2022 to see if kinetic force can change its orbit. Why? If this test is successful, the same technique could be used to deflect an Earth-threatening asteroid in the future, should one ever be discovered.
The #DARTMission's target asteroid is NOT a threat to Earth before, during or after the impact event.
DART hits asteroid Dimorphos!
For NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), the DART spacecraft impacted asteroid Dimorphos, from the binary asteroid system Didymos, on 26 September 2022, at 23:14 UTC (19:14 EDT). The binary asteroid system Didymos is NOT a threat to Earth, making it a perfect testing ground to see if intentionally crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid is an effective way to change its course.
Watch a Live Feed from NASA’s DART Spacecraft on Approach to Asteroid Dimorphos
NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) has one single instrument onboard – the Didymos Reconnaissance and Asteroid Camera for Optical Navigation, aka the DRACO camera. DRACO serves as the spacecraft’s eye and will guide DART to its final destination: impact with asteroid Dimorphos. The stream you’re watching is a real-time feed from the DART spacecraft enabled through the DRACO camera sending one image per second to Earth. For the DART impact broadcast with commentary, watch: https://youtu.be/4RA8Tfa6Sck
In the hours before impact, the screen will appear mostly black, with a single point of light. That point is the binary asteroid system Didymos which is made up of a larger asteroid named Didymos and a smaller asteroid that orbits around it called Dimorphos. As the 7:14 p.m. EDT (23:14 UTC) impact of asteroid Dimorphos nears closer, the point of light will get bigger and eventually detailed asteroids will be visible.
At 7:14 p.m., the DART spacecraft is slated to intentionally crash into asteroid Dimorphos. This stream will be delayed due to the time it takes the images to arrive at Earth, plus additional time for feeding the images to various platforms. For the most up-to-date DRACO camera feed, please tune into the NASA DART Impact Broadcast here: https://youtu.be/4RA8Tfa6Sck
After impact, the feed will turn black – due to a loss of signal. After about 2 minutes, this stream will turn into a replay – showing the final moments leading up to impact. That replay file will also become available on NASA websites and social media accounts.
DART is a spacecraft designed to impact an asteroid as a test of technology. DART’s target asteroid is NOT a threat to Earth. This asteroid system is a perfect testing ground to see if intentionally crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid is an effective way to change its course, should an Earth-threatening asteroid be discovered in the future.
NASA's DART Mission to an Asteroid (Official Mission Trailer)
On Sept. 26, 2022, NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft will intentionally crash into a small asteroid, Dimorphos, in a first-ever test of planetary defense, should we ever need it. The #DARTMission's target asteroid is NOT a threat to Earth before, during or after the impact event.
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What is the DART Mission? | Neil deGrasse Tyson and NASA Planetary Defense Officer Explain...
Why are we crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid? On this explainer, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice learn about the NASA DART mission and testing Earth’s defense against asteroids with NASA’s first Planetary Defense Officer, Lindley Johnson.
How do we stop what happened to the dinosaurs from happening to us? We learn about near-Earth asteroids, their moonlets, and the DART mission’s plan to change an asteroid’s orbit. Discover the asteroid Didymos and it’s moonlet Dimorphos. What is going to happen when the spacecraft makes impact? How do we use physics and orbital ballistics to get the DART spacecraft to the asteroid? Are we prepared for an asteroid headed towards us? Tune in on September 26th at 7:00 pm ET to see the DART spacecraft complete it’s mission at nasa.gov.
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0:00 - Introduction
0:45 - Planetary Defense
2:16 - DART
3:30 - Didymos’s Orbit5:32 - What Could Go Wrong?
7:07 - Didymos’s Moonlet
9:49 - Areas of Uncertainty
11:11 - Impactor Instruments
12:01 - Hitting the Target
13:54 - Lindley Johnson’s Background
14:42 - Asteroid Detection
17:45 - Nemesis
18:56 - Early Deflection
19:50 - Orbital Models
21:15 - Shoemaker-Levy 9 Comet
21:54 - CCD Technology
23:01 - Targeting Earth with Asteroids
24:31 - Time of Impact
24:39 - DART Website
25:21 - Closing Notes
IMPACT with an asteroid | 3 things you need to know about NASA's DART mission
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06:18 - 3) How quickly could we launch a mission like this if Earth was in danger?
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NASA'S DART is on a mission to test whether we can deflect an asteroid from its orbital path and see if such an approach can be used to prevent Earth from being hit by an asteroid sometime in the future. Didymos' moon Dimorphos is the target of the Double Asteroid Redirect mission, or DART. It's also demonstrating some new technologies like advanced solar arrays and an advanced ion engine. If all goes well, ESA's Hera spacecraft will verify if we can use kinetic impact to defend Earth.
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Kennedy Countdown for Nov. 29, 2021
NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is underway after a successful liftoff from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. DART is the first mission to test technologies for preventing a hazardous asteroid from impacting our planet. Also, the rocket that will launch the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite T (GOES-T) is now in Florida. GOES-T is targeted to launch from Cape Canaveral’s Space Launch Complex 41 on March 1, 2022. NASA’s Launch Services Program, based at Kennedy Space Center, is managing the launches of DART and GOES-T.
NASA launches new mission to defend Earth
A NASA spacecraft is on a mission to test technology that could defend Earth in the future. The spacecraft will deliberately crash into an asteroid to see if it can change its path. CBS News senior space analyst Bill Harwood joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more.
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The Launch of Our First Planetary Defense Test Mission on This Week @NASA – November 26, 2021
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Watch NASA’s DART Mission Launch (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) Official Broadcast/Stream
Can we change the motion of an asteroid? Our #DARTMission is set to be the first to try! The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is a spacecraft designed to impact an asteroid as a test of technology to see if it can change the motion of an asteroid in space. The goal of the mission is to see if intentionally crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid is an effective way to change its course, should an Earth-threatening asteroid be discovered in the future. DART’s target is the binary near-Earth asteroid Didymos and its moonlet, which pose no threat to Earth.
This mission is targeted to launch at 1:21 a.m. EST, Nov. 24 (06:21 UTC), aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
Learn more about the mission at: www.nasa.gov/dart